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Calcium flux

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Description of Calcium flux

Calcium flux: large scale movement of calcium ions at the cellular level, as across the cell membrane, between organelles, or through the cytoplasm; a fundamental cellular signal transduction mechanism; do not confuse with CALCIUM METABOLISM, which applies to bodily balance.
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