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STIM1 R304W in mice causes subgingival hair growth and an increased fraction of trabecular bone

Cell Calcium

Dec 1, 2019

Thilini H GamageEirik Frengen

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Calcium signaling plays a central role in bone development and homeostasis. Store operated calcium entry (SOCE) is an important calcium influx pathway mediated by calcium release activated calcium (CRAC) channels in the plasma membrane. Stromal interaction molecule 1 (STIM1) is an endop...read more

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Trabecular Substance of Bone
Bone Structure of Rib
CHERP protein, human
Calcium
Plain X-ray
Bone Marrow
Calcium Signaling
Calcium Channel Activity
STIM1 gene
STIM1 wt Allele
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STIM1 R304W in mice causes subgingival hair growth and an increased fraction of trabecular bone

Cell Calcium

Dec 1, 2019

Thilini H GamageEirik Frengen

PMID: 31785581

DOI: 10.1016/j.ceca.2019.102110

Abstract

Calcium signaling plays a central role in bone development and homeostasis. Store operated calcium entry (SOCE) is an important calcium influx pathway mediated by calcium release activated calcium (CRAC) channels in the plasma membrane. Stromal interaction molecule 1 (STIM1) is an endop...read more

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Trabecular Substance of Bone
Bone Structure of Rib
CHERP protein, human
Calcium
Plain X-ray
Bone Marrow
Calcium Signaling
Calcium Channel Activity
STIM1 gene
STIM1 wt Allele
1

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