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Cellular Pathophysiology of Mutant Voltage-Dependent Ca2+ Channel CACNA1H in Primary Aldosteronism

Gürtler, Florian ; Jordan, Katrin ; Tegtmeier, Ines ; Herold, Janina ; Stindl, Julia ; Warth, Richard ; Bandulik, Sascha


The physiological stimulation of aldosterone production in adrenocortical glomerulosa cells by angiotensin II and high plasma K+ depends on the depolarization of the cell membrane potential and the subsequent Ca2+ influx via voltage-activated Ca2+ channels. Germline mutations of the low-voltage activated T-type Ca2+ channel CACNA1H (Cav3.2) have been found in patients with primary aldosteronism. ...


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