A cytosolic sperm protein factor mobilizes Ca²⁺ from intracellular stores by activating multiple Ca²⁺ release mechanisms independently of low molecular weight messengers
The passage of Ca²⁺ and fluorescent markers between the sperm and egg after fusion in the mouse
A cell cycle-associated change in Ca²⁺ releasing activity leads to the generation of Ca²⁺ transients in mouse embryos during the first mitotic division
A novel mechanism controls the Ca²⁺ oscillations triggered by activation of ascidian eggs and has an absolute requirement for Cdk1 activity
Beta-adrenergic stimulation increases RyR2 activity via intracellular Ca²⁺ and Mg²⁺ regulation
How eggs arrest at metaphase II: MPF stabilisation plus APC/C inhibition equals Cytostatic Factor
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