Helen E. Collins Laboratory

Investigating Mechanisms Underlying Female Cardiovascular Resilience and Health

The ER/SR Ca2+ sensing protein STIM1 is essential for normal cardiomyocyte function (1150.8)


Journal article


Helen E Collins, Lan He, Betty M Pat, Luyun Zou, Jing Qu, Lufang Zhou, S. Litovsky, Qinglin Yang, M. Young, J. Chatham
2014

Semantic Scholar
Cite

Cite

APA   Click to copy
Collins, H. E., He, L., Pat, B. M., Zou, L., Qu, J., Zhou, L., … Chatham, J. (2014). The ER/SR Ca2+ sensing protein STIM1 is essential for normal cardiomyocyte function (1150.8).


Chicago/Turabian   Click to copy
Collins, Helen E, Lan He, Betty M Pat, Luyun Zou, Jing Qu, Lufang Zhou, S. Litovsky, Qinglin Yang, M. Young, and J. Chatham. “The ER/SR Ca2+ Sensing Protein STIM1 Is Essential for Normal Cardiomyocyte Function (1150.8)” (2014).


MLA   Click to copy
Collins, Helen E., et al. The ER/SR Ca2+ Sensing Protein STIM1 Is Essential for Normal Cardiomyocyte Function (1150.8). 2014.


BibTeX   Click to copy

@article{helen2014a,
  title = {The ER/SR Ca2+ sensing protein STIM1 is essential for normal cardiomyocyte function (1150.8)},
  year = {2014},
  journal = {},
  author = {Collins, Helen E and He, Lan and Pat, Betty M and Zou, Luyun and Qu, Jing and Zhou, Lufang and Litovsky, S. and Yang, Qinglin and Young, M. and Chatham, J.}
}


Share


Follow this website


You need to create an Owlstown account to follow this website.


Sign up

Already an Owlstown member?

Log in