Opening of Ca2+ channels in isolated red beet root vacuole membrane by inositol 1,4,5-trisphosphate

Alexander, J.; Lassalles, J.P.
February 1990
Nature;2/8/1990, Vol. 343 Issue 6258, p567
Academic Journal
Obtains direct measurements of Ca2+ current in the isolated red beet root vacuole using patch-clamp techniques. Methods; Results; Discussion.


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