The TCF7L2-dependent high-voltage activated calcium channel subunit α2δ-1 controls calcium signaling in rodent pancreatic beta-cells

Yingying Ye, Mohammad Barghouth, Cheng Luan, Abdulla Kazim, Yuedan Zhou, Lena Eliasson, Enming Zhang, Ola Hansson, Thomas Thevenin, Erik Renström

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