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Details for messenger / hormone: calcium ions

EndoNet ID: ENH00941

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Synonyms

  • calcium ions
  • Ca2+ ions
  • Ca(2+)(o)
  • extracellular calcium

General information

Classification

Hormone function

Chemical classification

Links to other resources

    Targets

    CellCaSRLRP2
    astrocyte Present
    Phenotypes
    • astrocyte differentiation
    beta cell of islet of Langerhans Present
    Influences
    • insulin
    colon Present
    Phenotypes
    • colonocyte differentiation
    digestive system Present
    enteric glial cell Present
    enterochromaffin like cell Present
    epithelial cell Present
    fat cell Present
    Phenotypes
    • regulation of lipid biosynthetic process
    • inhibition of lipolysis
    G cell Present
    Influences
    • gastrin
    glial cell of central nervous system Present
    Goormaghtighs cell Present
    Influences
    • renin
    hypothalamus Present
    keratinocyte Present
    Phenotypes
    • keratinocyte differentiation
    kidney Present
    Phenotypes
    • inhibition of the reabsorption of renal mineral ions
    large intestine Present
    lymphoblast Present
    mammary gland Present
    Influences
    • PTH
    • PTHLH
    • ACTH
    monocyte Present
    Phenotypes
    • cytokine secretion
    neuron Present
    Phenotypes
    • growth of neuronal processes
    • regulation of myelination
    osteoclast Present
    Phenotypes
    • regulation of bone resorption
    osteocyte Present
    Phenotypes
    • bone cell metabolism
    pancreas Present
    Phenotypes
    • regulation of serum calcium levels
    • regulation of pancreatic ductal cells
    parathyroid gland Present
    Phenotypes
    • Familial benign hypocalciuric hypercalcemia
    Influences
    • PTH
    retinal pigment epithelium RPE Present
    thyroid gland Present
    Phenotypes
    • regulation of serum calcium levels
    • stimulation of phospholipase activity
    • inhibition of adenylate cyclase activity by G-protein signaling pathway
    • activation of MAPK cascade
    • neonatal hyperparathyroidism
    Reference