Advanced Imaging Core Technology Unit

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    The goal of the Advanced Imaging Core Technology Unit is to strengthen research capabilities and promote research excellence at Queen’s by providing training and access to cutting edge microscopy, imaging equipment, techniques and image analysis.


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    • A T-type channel-calmodulin complex triggers αCaMKII activation

      Asmara, H., Micu, I., Rizwan, A. P., Sahu, G., Simms, B. A., Zhang, F-X., Engbers, J. D. T., Stys, P. K., Zamponi, G. W. & Turner, R. W., 11 Aug 2017, In: Molecular Brain. 10, 1, p. 1-15 37.

      Research output: Contribution to journalArticlepeer-review

      Open Access
      13 Citations (Scopus)
      236 Downloads (Pure)