Dr. Emily Taylor's research at the University of Cambridge in the Calcium Signalling Group focuses on structure and function of calcium signalling pathways to understand how receptors responding to diverse extracellular stimuli evoke release of Ca2+ from intracellular stores, and how that regulates cellular activities.
She has been successfully using two FlexStation Systems for nearly 10 years and has just purchased a third system to further increase output capacity. View publication in Nature Protocols: Rapid functional assays of intracellular Ca2+ channels.
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