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What does CRANC stand for?

CRANC stands for Ca(2+) release-activated nonselective cation

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Characterization of a Ca 2# release-activated nonselective cation current regulating membrane potential and [Ca 2# ] I oscillations in transgenically derived beta-cells (1998) by M W Roe, J F Worley F Qian, N Tamarina, A A Mittal, F Dralyuk, N T Blair, R J Mertz, L H Philipson, I D Dukes.
Characterization of a Ca2+ Release-activated Nonselective Cation Current Regulating Membrane Potential and [Ca2+]i Oscillations in Transgenically Derived ß-Cells* Michael W. Roe‡.
Characterization of a Ca2+ Release-activated Nonselective Cation Current Regulating Membrane Potential and [Ca2+]i Oscillations in Transgenically Derived ß-Cells (Downloading may take up to 30 seconds.
Article: Characterization of a Ca2+ Release-activated Nonselective Cation.
Roe MW et al (1998) Characterization of a Ca2+ release-activated nonselective cation.
While Ca(2+) influx is important for many biological processes, little is known about the types of SOCs, the nature of the depletion signal, or how the SOCs are activated. We recently showed that in addition to the Ca(2+) release-activated Ca(2+) (CRAC) channel, both Jurkat T cells and human peripheral blood mononuclear cells express novel store-operated nonselective cation channels that we termed Ca(2+) release-activated nonselective cation.