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PDLIM5 is not a neuronal CaV2.2 adaptor protein

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Figure 1: The PDLIM5 C-terminal region, LIM1-3, did not enhance PKC-dependent facilitation of CaV2.2 current.
Figure 2: PDLIM5 and CaV2.2 do not co-immunoprecipitate from rat brain lysates.


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Gardezi, S., Weber, A., Li, Q. et al. PDLIM5 is not a neuronal CaV2.2 adaptor protein. Nat Neurosci 12, 957–958 (2009).

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