The inner ear contains delicate sensory receptors that have adapted to detect the minutest mechanical disturbances. Ca2+ ions are implicated in all steps of the transduction process, as well as in its regulation by an impressive ensemble of finely tuned feedback control mechanisms. Recent studies have unveiled some of the key players, but things do not sound quite right yet.

Ca2+ signaling in the inner ear

Anselmi, Fabio
2007-01-01

Abstract

The inner ear contains delicate sensory receptors that have adapted to detect the minutest mechanical disturbances. Ca2+ ions are implicated in all steps of the transduction process, as well as in its regulation by an impressive ensemble of finely tuned feedback control mechanisms. Recent studies have unveiled some of the key players, but things do not sound quite right yet.
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