Calmodulin is responsible for Ca2+-dependent regulation of TRPA1 channels

  • Raquibul Hasan (Creator)
  • Alasdair T.S. Leeson-Payne (Creator)
  • Jonathan H. Jaggar (Creator)
  • Xuming Zhang (Creator)

Dataset

Description

Collection Method: The dataset to Hasan et al, Scientific Reports 2017 demonstrates a critical role for calmodulin in regulating TRPA1 potentiation and desensitization evoked by calcium

Funding: Medical Research Council, Islamic Development Bank, Cambridge Commonwealth Trust, Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research, Royal Society
Date made available29 Mar 2017
PublisherAston Data Explorer
Date of data production10 Jan 2011 - 15 Jan 2017

Research Output

Calmodulin is responsible for Ca2+-dependent regulation of TRPA1 channels

Hasan, R., Leeson-Payne, A. T. S., Jaggar, J. H. & Zhang, X., 23 Mar 2017, In : Scientific Reports. 7, 12 p., 45098.

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    Hasan, R. (Creator), Leeson-Payne, A. T. S. (Creator), Jaggar, J. H. (Creator), Zhang, X. (Creator) (29 Mar 2017). Calmodulin is responsible for Ca2+-dependent regulation of TRPA1 channels. Aston Data Explorer. 10.17036/researchdata.aston.ac.uk.00000218