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"Except for nfat5, nfatc1c4 are activated upon a rise in intracellular ca2+, which stimulates the serine/threonine phosphatase activity of calcineurin the ca2+-calcineurin signal is the most important signal for regulating nfat activation, but the signal that leads to ca2+ influx during neural tube differentiation is still unclear."

"Calmodulin is the best studied and prototypical example of the e-f-hand family of ca2+-sensing proteins. In the event of a transient rise in Ca2+, the Ca2+ ion is coordinated in each Ca2+-binding loop of Ca2+–CaM by seven, primarily carboxylate, ligands. The binding of Ca2+ leads to substantial alterations in the interhelical angles within the E–F hands in each domain and dramatically changes the two domains of CaM to produce more ‘open’ conformations"

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"This suggests that a calcium wave that reaches the soma and triggers a massive long lasting regenerative calcium release in the nucleus may activate CAM kinase IV and gene transcription in the absence[MISSING/INVALID CREDENTIALS: limited to 200 char for Elsevier]"

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"Binding of four calcium ions induces a conformational change in calmod- ulin which can then activate a large number of proteins."

"Treatment with igf-1 or insulin and dexamethasone mobilizes intracellular calcium, activates the ca2+/calmodulin-dependent phosphatase calcineurin, and induces the nuclear translocation of the transcription factor nf-atc1."