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Biomedical Sciences - Human Physiology | Reviews of Physiology, Biochemistry and Pharmacology 166

Reviews of Physiology, Biochemistry and Pharmacology 166

Nilius, B., Gudermann, Th., Jahn, R., Lill, R., Offermanns, S., Petersen, O.H. (Eds.)

2014, V, 95 p. 14 illus., 2 illus. in color.

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A. Verkhratsky, R. C. Reyes, and V. Parpura

TRP Channels Coordinate Ion Signalling in Astroglia.

A. Nürnberg, A. Kollmannsperger, and R. Grosse

Pharmacological Inhibition of Actin Assembly to Target Tumor Cell Motility.


C. A. Goodman

The Role of mTORC1 in Regulating Protein Synthesis and Skeletal Muscle Mass in Response to Various Mechanical Stimuli.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Actin assembly - Astrocyte - Mechanically-induced mTORC1 signalling - Skeletal muscle mass - TRPC channels - Tumor metastasis

Related subjects » Cancer Research - Human Physiology - Pharmacology & Toxicology

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​TRP channels coordinate ion signalling in astroglia by Alexej Verkhratsky, Reno C. Reyes, and Vladimir Parpura.- Pharmacological inhibition of actin assembly to target tumor cell motility by Alexander Nürnberg, Alina Kollmannsperger, and Robert Grosse.- The role of mTORC1 in regulating protein synthesis and skeletal muscle mass in response to various mechanical stimuli by Craig A. Goodman.

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