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TRPM3_miR-204: a complex locus for eye development and disease
First discovered in a light-sensitive retinal mutant of Drosophila, the transient receptor potential (TRP) superfamily of non-selective cation channels serve as polymodal cellular sensors that participate in diverse physiological processes across the animal kingdom including the perception of light, temperature, pressure, and pain. TRPM3 belongs to the melastatin sub-family of TRP channels and has been shown to function as a spontaneous calcium channel, with permeability to other cationsdoi:10.1186/s40246-020-00258-4 pmid:32070426 fatcat:fm4hkfsykjb67heq5nnug7eo3e