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Junctophilin-4 is essential for signalling at plasma membrane-endoplasmic reticulum junctions in sensory neurons

bioRxiv

Nov 15, 2019

Alexandra HogeaNikita Gamper

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Junctions of endoplasmic reticulum and plasma membrane (ER-PM junctions) serve as signaling hubs in prokaryotic cells. ER-PM junctions are present in peripheral sensory neurons and are necessary for pro-inflammatory G protein coupled receptor signalling and for inflammatory pain generat...read more

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Plasma
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Junctophilin-4 is essential for signalling at plasma membrane-endoplasmic reticulum junctions in sensory neurons

bioRxiv

Nov 15, 2019

Alexandra HogeaNikita Gamper

DOI: 10.1101/842476

Abstract

Junctions of endoplasmic reticulum and plasma membrane (ER-PM junctions) serve as signaling hubs in prokaryotic cells. ER-PM junctions are present in peripheral sensory neurons and are necessary for pro-inflammatory G protein coupled receptor signalling and for inflammatory pain generat...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Guanosine
In Vivo
Gene Knockdown Techniques
G-Protein-Coupled Receptors
Pharmacy Facility
Calcium ion
ER-PM Peripheral Junction
Junctophilin
Signal Pathways
Plasma
4

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