Cellular calcium signaling in health and disease (6 h + 2 h lab)

Calcium is an important second messenger whose intracellular concentration is dynamically regulated in a spatio-temporal manner. Components of "calcium signaling toolkit" represent pharmacological targets for numerous diseases. The course will provide basic knowledge on mechanisms of cellular calcium homeostasis, will illustrate principles of the deregulation of calcium signaling in disease; and will provide practical training in single-cell fluorescent calcium imaging.

Teacher

D. Lim

Topic

phisiology

date

TBD

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