Ways of looking at calcium

Microscopy Research and Technique
M Whitaker

Abstract

What we understand about signalling pathways depends very much on the ways we can measure them. I review ways of measuring calcium and explore how changes in methods have led to new ways of thinking about calcium signals. I also suggest how the ways we have of looking at calcium will influence the analysis of other signalling pathways that, until now, have not been studied with the spatiotemporal precision available to those studying calcium signalling.

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