Biophysical Basis of Physiology and Calcium Signaling Mechanism in Cardiac and Smooth Muscle

Biophysical Basis of Physiology and Calcium Signaling Mechanism in Cardiac and Smooth Muscle acts as a bridge between physiology and physics by discussing the physiology and calcium signaling mechanism in cardiac and smooth muscle. By exploring the mechanism of the cyclic release of stored Ca^(2+) in the SR or ER, this book covers the cell communication system, including excitable cells, recognizing the most relevant mechanisms of cell communication. Serving as a bridge between physiology and physics, coverage spans the physiology and calcium signaling mechanism in cardiac and smooth muscle, offering insight to physiological scientists, pharmaceutical scientists, medical doctors, biologists and physicists. Explores the mechanism of the cyclic release of stored Ca^2+ in the SR or ER Provides in-depth coverage of cell communication systems to explain the most relevant mechanisms of cell communication Covers the physiology and calcium signaling mechanism in cardiac and smooth muscle

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  • Author : Tetsuya Watanabe
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Pages : 232 pages
  • ISBN : 0128149515
  • Rating : 4/5 from 21 reviews
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Biophysical Basis of Physiology and Calcium Signaling Mechanism in Cardiac and Smooth Muscle

Biophysical Basis of Physiology and Calcium Signaling Mechanism in Cardiac and Smooth Muscle
  • Author : Tetsuya Watanabe
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Release : 01 February 2018
GET THIS BOOKBiophysical Basis of Physiology and Calcium Signaling Mechanism in Cardiac and Smooth Muscle

Biophysical Basis of Physiology and Calcium Signaling Mechanism in Cardiac and Smooth Muscle acts as a bridge between physiology and physics by discussing the physiology and calcium signaling mechanism in cardiac and smooth muscle. By exploring the mechanism of the cyclic release of stored Ca^(2+) in the SR or ER, this book covers the cell communication system, including excitable cells, recognizing the most relevant mechanisms of cell communication. Serving as a bridge between physiology and physics, coverage spans the physiology

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