A cell cycle-associated change in Ca²⁺ releasing activity leads to the generation of Ca²⁺ transients in mouse embryos during the first mitotic division
Sperm-induced Ca²⁺ oscillations in mouse oocytes and eggs can be mimicked by photolysis of caged inositol 1,4,5-trisphosphate: evidence to support a continuous low level production of inositol 1,4,5-trisphosphate during mammalian fertilization
Calmodulin-dependent protein kinase II, and not protein kinase C, is sufficient for triggering cell-cycle resumption in mammalian eggs
- Jensen, L. R., Amende, M., Gurok, U., Moser, B., Gimmel, V., Tzschach, A., Janecke, A. R., Tariverdian, G., Chelly, J., Fryns, J. P., Van Esch, H., Kleefstra, T., Hamel, B., Moraine, C., Gecz, J., Turner, Gillian, Reinhardt, R., Kalscheuer, V. M., Ropers, H. H., Lenzner, S.
Distinct physiological mechanisms underlie altered glycinergic synaptic transmission in the murine mutants spastic, spasmodic, and oscillator
Functional maturation of mouse epididymal spermatozoa
Different forms of glycine- and GABAᴀ-receptor mediated inhibitory synaptic transmission in mouse superficial and deep dorsal horn neurons
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