Neuronal Calcium Signaling

Calcium plays an important role in neuronal signalling, acting as a secondary messenger, depolarization of neuronal membrane and synaptic vesicle activity and release of neurotransmitters. Here is the latest research on neuronal calcium signalling.

April 22, 2020
Case Report

Rapidly progressive dementia-associated N-type voltage-gated calcium channel antibody encephalopathy

Smathorn ThakolwiboonParunyou Julayanont
March 14, 2020
Open Access

Biophysical basis of alpha rhythm disruption in Alzheimer's Disease (AD)

Rohan Sharma, Suhita Nadkarni
April 2, 2020
Open Access

Transcriptome Profile of Nicotinic Receptor-Linked Sensitization of Beta Amyloid Neurotoxicity

Scientific Reports
Komal AroraRobert A Nichols
May 16, 2020

Interstitial ions: A key regulator of state-dependent neural activity?

Progress in Neurobiology
Rune RasmussenMaiken Nedergaard
April 26, 2020

Dopamine D1R-neuron cacna1c deficiency: a new model of extinction therapy-resistant post-traumatic stress

Molecular Psychiatry
Charlotte C BavleyAnjali M Rajadhyaksha
March 19, 2020
ReviewOpen Access

Modulation of hERG K+ Channel Deactivation by Voltage Sensor Relaxation

Frontiers in Pharmacology
Yu Patrick ShiThomas W Claydon
March 4, 2020
ReviewOpen Access

Strategies for Neuroprotection in Multiple Sclerosis and the Role of Calcium

International Journal of Molecular Sciences
Michael EndersStefanie Kuerten
February 21, 2020
Open Access

Multiple Pathways Involved in Palmitic Acid-Induced Toxicity: A System Biology Approach

Frontiers in Neuroscience
Daniel OsorioJanneth González
May 20, 2020

CaV 3.1 channel pore pseudo-symmetry revealed by selectivity filter mutations in its domains I/II

Cell Calcium
Edgar Garza-LópezIgnacio López-González
March 13, 2020

Mirogabalin besylate in the treatment of neuropathic pain

Drugs of Today
J BurgessU Alam
March 17, 2020

Ex Vivo Imaging of Mitochondrial Dynamics and Trafficking in Astrocytes

Current Protocols in Neuroscience
Julia K FarnanJoshua G Jackson
April 29, 2020
Open Access

Alpha synuclein aggregation drives ferroptosis: an interplay of iron, calcium and lipid peroxidation

Cell Death and Differentiation
Plamena R AngelovaSonia Gandhi
May 29, 2020
Open Access

CAMKK2-CAMK4 signaling regulates transferrin trafficking, turnover, and iron homeostasis

Cell Communication and Signaling : CCS
Mohammad Golam Sabbir
February 24, 2020

Endoplasmic reticulum-plasma membrane contacts: Principals of phosphoinositide and calcium signaling

Current Opinion in Cell Biology
Christopher J Stefan
February 9, 2020

Calcium Signaling in Glioma Cells: The Role of Nucleotide Receptors

Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology
Dorota Wypych, Paweł Pomorski
February 9, 2020
Open Access

Human-Induced Neurons from Presenilin 1 Mutant Patients Model Aspects of Alzheimer's Disease Pathology

International Journal of Molecular Sciences
Sean SchrankGrace E Stutzmann

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