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The role of cytosolic free calcium in the generation of inositol 1,4,5-trisphosphate and inositol 1,3,4-trisphosphate in HL-60 cells. Differential effects of chemotactic peptide receptor stimulation at distinct Ca2+ levels Lew, Daniel Pablo; Monod, Antoinette; Krause, Karl-Heinz; Waldvogel, Francis; ... Schlegel, Werner 1986
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Tris(hydroxymethyl)aminomethane inhibits the synthesis and processing of proinsulin in isolated rat pancreatic islets without affecting release of insulin stores Halban, Philippe A.; Amherdt, M.; Orci, Lelio; Renold, A. E. 1986
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Manipulation of cytosolic free calcium transients during exocytosis in intact human neutrophils Lew, Daniel Pablo; Jaconi, Marisa; Pozzan, T. 1993
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Activity-dependent mobilization of the adhesion molecule polysialic NCAM to the cell surface of neurons and endocrine cells Kiss, Jozsef Zoltan; Wang, Cheng; Olive, S.; Rougon, Geneviève; ... Pralong, William-F. 1994
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Store-operated Ca2+ influx and stimulation of exocytosis in HL-60 granulocytes Nusse, Olivier; Serrander, Lena; Foyouzi-Youssefi, Reyhaneh; Monod, Antoinette; ... Krause, Karl-Heinz 1997
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Acute von Willebrand factor secretion from the endothelium in vivo: assessment through plasma propeptide (vWf:AgII) Levels Vischer, Ulrich Max; Ingerslev, J; Wollheim, Claes; Mestries, J C; ... Kruithof, E K 1997
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Cysteine-string proteins regulate exocytosis of insulin independent from transmembrane ion fluxes Zhang, H.; Kelley, William; Chamberlain, L. H.; Burgoyne, R. D.; ... Lang, Jochen 1998
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Role of mitochondrial calcium in metabolism-secretion coupling in nutrient-stimulated insulin release Kennedy, Eleanor; Wollheim, Claes 1998
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Mitochondrial signals in glucose-stimulated insulin secretion in the beta cell Maechler, Pierre; Wollheim, Claes 2000
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In pancreatic islets from type 2 diabetes patients, the dampened circadian oscillators lead to reduced insulin and glucagon exocytosis Petrenko, Volodymyr; Gandasi, Nikhil R; Sage, Daniel; Tengholm, Anders; ... Dibner, Charna 2020