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    Dec 8, 2005, 03:34 AM
    Calcium and cells
    What is the meaning of dependent and anti-dependent CA+ (CALCIUM) and can you explain me please how do the cells attach to the flask?
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    Jul 9, 2007, 12:37 AM
    CA++ dependent means that the molecules that has to gain entry into the cells will have to attach itself with some of the CA++

    Anti dependent simply means those who are not dependent and can gain entry into the cells without them.

    Usually muscular activity involves CA++ dependent attachment.3
    There are CA++ receptors on surface of the cell that are complementary to echother.

    If you open "Biology by Campbell" any edition, I think there are 2 of them you will get a very good explanation of this activity.

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