Tag: What is the role of calcium in acute cell injury?

Role of calcium in acute cell injury

Role of calcium in acute cell injury

What is the role of calcium in acute cell injury?   Cell injury is accompanied by an increased concentration of free calcium ions in the hyaloplasm (cytosol). These calcium ions are derived from the extracellular fluid, from the mitochondrial compartment, and from the cisterns of RER. Ionized calcium amplifies the adverse effects of hypoxia by […]

March 4, 2013 | By | Reply More
WARNING: Any unauthorised use or reproduction of  www.neuronarc.com content for commercial or any purposes is strictly prohibited and constitutes copyright infringement liable to legal action.