LE WE PMID CA
Triadin7930Triadin

Calcium (Intracellular)

Calcium (sarcoplasmic reticulum)

Calsequestrin

ERS UFR (Diseases)

Heart (Physiology)

Histidine rich Ca2 plus binding protein

Ischemia reperfusion

Junctin

Muscle (Physiology)

Receptor (Ryanodine)

Receptor (RyR2)

Sarcoplasmic reticulum

Triadin

2005  
1
Triadin: the new player on excitation-contraction coupling block.
[15802617] Circ Res 96(6): 607-9 (2005)
2009  
2
Junctin and the histidine-rich Ca2+ binding protein: potential roles in heart failure and arrhythmogenesis.
[19403607] J Physiol 587(Pt 13): 3125-33 (2009)
2009  
3
Triadin: what possible function 20 years later?
[19403623] J Physiol 587(Pt 13): 3117-21 (2009)
2009  
4
New roles of calsequestrin and triadin in cardiac muscle.
[19451205] J Physiol 587(Pt 13): 3081-7 (2009)
2009  
5
Calsequestrin, triadin and more: the molecules that modulate calcium release in cardiac and skeletal muscle.
[19567746] J Physiol 587(Pt 13): 3069-70 (2009)
2009  
6
Triadin, not essential, but useful.
[19567750] J Physiol 587(Pt 13): 3123-4 (2009)
2012  
7
Ablation of junctin or triadin is associated with increased cardiac injury following ischaemia/reperfusion.
[22411973] Cardiovasc Res 94(2): 333-41 (2012)
2011  
8
On the footsteps of Triadin and its role in skeletal muscle.
[21909459] World J Biol Chem 2(8): 177-83 (2011)

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