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Feedback control architecture and the bacterial chemotaxis network.
Bacteria move towards favourable and away from toxic environments by changing their swimming pattern. This response is regulated by the chemotaxis signalling pathway, which has an important feature: it uses feedback to ...
Ryanodine receptors, a family of intracellular calcium ion channels, are expressed throughout early vertebrate development.
BACKGROUND: Calcium signals ([Ca2+]i) direct many aspects of embryo development but their regulation is not well characterised. Ryanodine receptors (RyRs) are a family of intracellular Ca2+ release channels that control ...