nanodomain

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nano- +‎ domain

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nanodomain (plural nanodomains)

  1. (chemistry) A small set of atoms bound together, measuring between 1 to 100 nanometers.
  2. (biochemistry) In reference calcium signalling, is where the calcium-binding proteins (or "sensors") are located within a few nanometers of an open calcium channel.

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