Elementary Ca2+ signals through endothelial TRPV4 channels regulate vascular function.
Science. 2012 May 4; 336(6081):597-601
Sonkusare SK, Bonev AD, Ledoux J, Liedtke W, Kotlikoff MI, Heppner TJ, Hill-Eubanks DC, Nelson MT. Science. 2012 May 4; 336(6081):597-601
Although Pacinian corpuscles can be found in the bladder, they are thought to be far too sparse to sense bladder filling, and indeed the mechanisms responsible for the sensation of bladder fullness have yet to be identified. Cells in the urothelium likely play an important role. Recently reported findings in the endothelium of resistance...
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