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- Schwitalla, Jan Claudius, et al. Show all 4 Authors
- Biochemical and biophysical research communications 2017 v.483 pp. 1040-1050
- animal models; ataxia (disorder); atrophy; calcium; calcium signaling; cell viability; cerebellum; gait; gene expression; genes; genetic variation; homeostasis; mutation; neurodegenerative diseases; pathogenesis; synaptic transmission; transporters
- ... Calcium is a key signaling molecule and ion involved in a variety of diverse processes in our central nervous system (CNS) which include gene expression, synaptic transmission and plasticity, neuronal excitability and cell maintenance. Proper control of calcium signaling is not only vital for neuronal physiology but also cell survival. Mutations in fundamental channels, transporters and second mes ...