Intestinal enteroendocrine cells rely on ryanodine and IP3 calcium store receptors for mechanotransduction

Kaitlyn R. Knutson, Sara T. Whiteman, Constanza Alcaino, Arnaldo Mercado-Perez, Isabelle Finholm, Hannah K. Serlin, Shreya S. Bellampalli, David R. Linden, Gianrico Farrugia, Arthur Beyder

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