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    Mathes, C.; Fleig, A.; Penner, R.: Calcium Release-activated Calcium Current (Icrac) is a Direct Target for Sphingosine. Journal of Biological Chemistry 273, pp. 25020 - 25030 (1998)
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    Parekh, A. B.; Fleig, A.; Penner, R.: The store-operated calcium current I-CRAC: Nonlinear activation by InsP(3) and dissociation from calcium release. Cell 89 (6), pp. 973 - 980 (1997)
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    Suda, N.; Franzius, D.; Fleig, A.; Nishimura, S.; Bodding, M.; Hoth, M.; Takeshima, H.; Penner, R.: Ca2+-induced Ca2+ release in Chinese hamster ovary (CHO) cells co-expressing dihydropyridine and ryanodine receptors. Journal of General Physiology 109 (5), pp. 619 - 631 (1997)
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    Fleig, A.; Muhlen, F. V.; Penner, R.: The apparent voltage-dependent inactivation of cardiac L-type calcium channels seems to be a voltage-dependent block relieved upon repolarization following strong depolarizations. Biophysical Journal 72 (2), p. WPO51 - WPO51 (1997)
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    Fleig, A.; Takeshima, H.; Penner, R.: Absence of Ca2+ current facilitation in skeletal muscle of transgenic mice lacking the type 1 ryanodine receptor. Journal of Physiology-London 496 (2), pp. 339 - 345 (1996)
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    Fleig, A.; Penner, R.: Silent calcium channels generate excessive tail currents and facilitation of calcium currents in rat skeletal myoballs. Journal of Physiology-London 494 (1), pp. 141 - 153 (1996)
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    Suda, N.; Bodding, M.; Fleig, A.; Franzius, D.; Hoth, M.; Nishimura, S.; Imoto, K.; Takeshima, H.; Penner, R.: Slow calcium-induced calcium release (CICR) in Chinese hamster ovary (CHO) cells expressing skeletal ryanodine receptor (RyR) and chimaeric dihydropyridine receptor (DHPR). Biophysical Journal 70 (2), p. WPO49 - WPO49 (1996)
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    Fleig, A.; Penner, R.: Excessive repolarization-dependent calcium currents induced by strong depolarizations in rat skeletal myoballs. Journal of Physiology-London 489 (1), pp. 41 - 53 (1995)
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    Fleig, A.; Penner, R.: Tail currents through R-type calcium channels in chromaffin cells. Biophysical Journal 66 (2), p. A17 - A17 (1994)
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