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    1. Niemeyer, MI; Cid, LP; Sepulveda, FV
      K+ conductance activated during regulatory volume decrease. The channels in Ehrlich cells and their possible molecular counterpart

      COMPARATIVE BIOCHEMISTRY AND PHYSIOLOGY A-MOLECULAR AND INTEGRATIVE PHYSIOLOGY
    2. Murata, Y; Okado, H; Katsuyama, Y; Okamura, Y; Kubo, Y
      Primary structure, developmental expression and functional properties of an inward rectifier K+ channel of the tunicate

      RECEPTORS & CHANNELS
    3. Paradis, S; Sweeney, ST; Davis, GW
      Homeostatic control of presynaptic release is triggered by postsynaptic membrane depolarization

      NEURON
    4. Wang, ZF; Shi, YL
      Modulation of inward rectifier potassium channel by toosendanin, a presynaptic blocker

      NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH
    5. Llobet, A; Gasull, X; Pales, J; Marti, E; Gual, A
      Identification of Kir2.1 channel activity in cultured trabecular meshwork cells

      INVESTIGATIVE OPHTHALMOLOGY & VISUAL SCIENCE
    6. Clarson, LH; Greenwood, SL; Mylona, P; Sibley, CP
      Inwardly rectifying K+ current and differentiation of human placental cytotrophoblast cells in culture

      PLACENTA
    7. Plaster, NM; Tawil, R; Tristani-Firouzi, M; Canun, S; Bendahhou, S; Tsunoda, A; Donaldson, MR; Iannaccone, ST; Brunt, E; Barohn, R; Clark, J; Deymeer, F; George, AL; Fish, FA; Hahn, A; Nitu, A; Ozdemir, C; Serdaroglu, P; Subramony, SH; Wolfe, G; Fu, YH; Ptacek, LJ
      Mutations in Kir2.1 cause the developmental and episodic electrical phenotypes of Andersen's syndrome

      CELL
    8. Zaritsky, JJ; Redell, JB; Tempel, BL; Schwarz, TL
      The consequences of disrupting cardiac inwardly rectifying K+ current (I-K1) as revealed by the targeted deletion of the murine Kir2.1 and Kir2.2 genes

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LONDON
    9. Kubo, Y; Murata, Y
      Control of rectification and permeation by two distinct sites after the second transmembrane region in Kir2.1 K+ channel

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LONDON
    10. Shimura, M; Yuan, YK; Chang, JHT; Zhang, SY; Campochiaro, PA; Zack, DJ; Hughes, BA
      Expression and permeation properties of the K+ channel Kir7.1 in the retinal pigment epithelium

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LONDON
    11. Shai, Y
      Molecular recognition within the membrane milieu: Implications for the structure and function of membrane proteins

      JOURNAL OF MEMBRANE BIOLOGY
    12. Leonoudakis, D; Mailliard, WS; Wingerd, KL; Clegg, DO; Vandenberg, CA
      Inward rectifier potassium channel Kir2.2 is associated with synapse-associated protein SAP97

      JOURNAL OF CELL SCIENCE
    13. Soom, M; Schonherr, R; Kubo, Y; Kirsch, C; Klinger, R; Heinemann, SH
      Multiple PIP2 binding sites in Kir-2.1 inwardly rectifying potassium channels

      FEBS LETTERS
    14. Spear, JF; Moore, EN
      Gender and seasonally related differences in myocardial recovery and susceptibility to sotalol-induced arrhythmias in isolated rabbit hearts

      JOURNAL OF CARDIOVASCULAR ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY
    15. Youm, JB; Ho, WK; Earm, YE
      Permeability characteristics of monovalent cations in atrial myocytes of the rat heart

      EXPERIMENTAL PHYSIOLOGY
    16. Yi, BA; Jan, LY
      Taking apart the gating of voltage-gated K+ channels

      NEURON
    17. Talley, EM; Lei, QB; Sirois, JE; Bayliss, DA
      TASK-1, a two-pore domain K+ channel, is modulated by multiple neurotransmitters in motoneurons

      NEURON
    18. Schilling, T; Quandt, FN; Cherny, VV; Zhou, W; Heinemann, U; Decoursey, TE; Eder, C
      Upregulation of Kv1.3 K+ channels in microglia deactivated by TGF-beta

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-CELL PHYSIOLOGY
    19. Hughes, BA; Kumar, G; Yuan, Y; Swaminathan, A; Yan, D; Sharma, A; Plumley, L; Yang-Feng, TL; Swaroop, A
      Cloning and functional expression of human retinal Kir2.4, a pH-sensitive inwardly rectifying K+ channel

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-CELL PHYSIOLOGY
    20. Nehring, RB; Wischmeyer, E; Doring, F; Veh, RW; Sheng, M; Karschin, A
      Neuronal inwardly rectifying K+ channels differentially couple to PDZ proteins of the PSD-95/SAP90 family

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    21. Yang, DL; Sun, F; Thomas, LL; Offord, J; MacCallum, DK; Dawson, DC; Hughes, BA; Ernst, SA
      Molecular cloning and expression of an inwardly rectifying K+ channel frombovine corneal endothelial cells

      INVESTIGATIVE OPHTHALMOLOGY & VISUAL SCIENCE
    22. Kim, SJ; Kerst, G; Schreiber, R; Pavenstadt, H; Greger, R; Hug, MJ; Bleich, M
      Inwardly rectifying K+ channels in the basolateral membrane of rat pancreatic acini

      PFLUGERS ARCHIV-EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY
    23. Zerangue, N; Jan, YN; Jan, LY
      An artificial tetramerization domain restores efficient assembly of functional Shaker channels lacking T1

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    24. Shieh, RC
      Mechanisms for the time-dependent decay of inward currents through cloned Kir2.1 channels expressed in Xenopus oocytes

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LONDON
    25. Kitamura, H; Yokoyama, M; Akita, H; Matsushita, K; Kurachi, Y; Yamada, M
      Tertiapin potently and selectively blocks muscarinic K+ channels in rabbitcardiac myocytes

      JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY AND EXPERIMENTAL THERAPEUTICS
    26. Seharaseyon, J; Ohler, A; Sasaki, N; Fraser, H; Sato, T; Johns, DC; O'Rourke, B; Marban, E
      Molecular composition of mitochondrial ATP-sensitive potassium channels probed by viral Kir gene transfer

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR CARDIOLOGY
    27. Dobrzynski, H; Rothery, SM; Marples, DDR; Coppen, SR; Takagishi, Y; Honjo, H; Tamkun, MM; Henderson, Z; Kodama, I; Severs, NJ; Boyett, MR
      Presence of the Kv1.5 K+ channel in the sinoatrial node

      JOURNAL OF HISTOCHEMISTRY & CYTOCHEMISTRY
    28. Rajan, S; Wischmeyer, E; Liu, GX; Muller, RP; Daut, J; Karschin, A; Derst, C
      TASK-3, a novel tandem pore domain acid-sensitive K+ channel - An extracellular histidine as pH sensor

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    29. Loussouarn, G; Makhina, EN; Rose, T; Nichols, CG
      Structure and dynamics of the pore of inwardly rectifying K-ATP channels

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    30. Leung, YM; Kwan, CY; Daniel, EE
      Block of inwardly rectifying K+ currents by extracellular Mg2+ and Ba2+ inbovine pulmonary artery endothelial cells

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY AND PHARMACOLOGY
    31. Ding, H; Kubes, P; Triggle, C
      Potassium- and acetylcholine-induced vasorelaxation in mice lacking endothelial nitric oxide synthase

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    32. Rundfeldt, C
      Characterization of the K+ channel opening effect of the anticonvulsant retigabine in PC12 cells

      EPILEPSY RESEARCH
    33. Himmel, HM; Wettwer, E; Li, Q; Ravens, U
      Four different components contribute to outward current in rat ventricularmyocytes

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-HEART AND CIRCULATORY PHYSIOLOGY
    34. Honjo, H; Lei, M; Boyett, MR; Kodama, I
      Heterogeneity of 4-aminopyridine-sensitive current in rabbit sinoatrial node cells

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-HEART AND CIRCULATORY PHYSIOLOGY
    35. Hebert, SC
      Molecular mechanisms

      SEMINARS IN NEPHROLOGY
    36. Otero, ADS; Doyle, MB; Hartsough, MT; Steeg, PS
      Wild-type NM23-H1, but not its S120 mutants, suppresses desensitization ofmuscarinic potassium current

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-MOLECULAR CELL RESEARCH
    37. Lehmann-Horn, F; Jurkat-Rott, K
      Voltage-gated ion channels and hereditary disease

      PHYSIOLOGICAL REVIEWS
    38. Zhu, GY; Chanchevalap, S; Cui, NR; Jiang, C
      Effects of intra- and extracellular acidifications on single channel Kir2.3 currents

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LONDON
    39. Kirsch, GE
      Ion channel defects in cardiac arrhythmia

      JOURNAL OF MEMBRANE BIOLOGY
    40. Klein, H; Garneau, L; Coady, M; Lemay, G; Lapointe, JY; Sauve, R
      Molecular characterization of an inwardly rectifying K+ channel from HeLa cells

      JOURNAL OF MEMBRANE BIOLOGY
    41. Sah, VP; Minamisawa, S; Tam, SP; Wu, TH; Dorn, GW; Ross, J; Chien, KR; Brown, JH
      Cardiac-specific overexpression of RhoA results in sinus and atrioventricular nodal dysfunction and contractile failure

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL INVESTIGATION
    42. Zhu, GY; Qu, ZQ; Cui, NG; Jiang, C
      Suppression of Kir2.3 activity by protein kinase C phosphorylation of the channel protein at threonine 53

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    43. Wang, HZ; Shi, H; Wang, ZG
      Inactivation block of the HERG human cardiac K+ channels by RP58866

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    44. Anumonwo, JMB; Horta, J; Delmar, M; Taffet, SM; Jalife, J
      Proton and zinc effects on HERG currents

      BIOPHYSICAL JOURNAL
    45. HO K
      THE ROMK-CYSTIC FIBROSIS TRANSMEMBRANE CONDUCTANCE REGULATOR CONNECTION - NEW INSIGHTS INTO THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ROMK AND CYSTIC-FIBROSIS TRANSMEMBRANE CONDUCTANCE REGULATOR CHANNELS

      Current opinion in nephrology and hypertension
    46. WEI JJ; HODES ME; PIVA R; FENG Y; WANG Y; GHETTI B; DLOUHY SR
      CHARACTERIZATION OF MURINE GIRK2 TRANSCRIPT ISOFORMS - STRUCTURE AND DIFFERENTIAL EXPRESSION

      Genomics (San Diego, Calif.)
    47. NAKAMURA TY; ARTMAN M; RUDY B; COETZEE WA
      INHIBITION OF RAT VENTRICULAR I-K1 WITH ANTISENSE OLIGONUCLEOTIDES TARGETED TO KIR2.1 MESSENGER-RNA

      American journal of physiology. Heart and circulatory physiology
    48. Wang, TF; Handa, M; Guidotti, G
      Structure and function of ectoapyrase (CD39)

      DRUG DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH
    49. MURAKAWA Y; YAMASHITA T; KANESE Y; OMATA M
      DO THE EFFECTS OF ANTIARRHYTHMIC DRUGS ON DEFIBRILLATION EFFICACY VARY AMONG DIFFERENT SHOCK WAVE-FORMS

      PACE-PACING AND CLINICAL ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY
    50. Yellen, G
      The moving parts of voltage-gated ion channels

      QUARTERLY REVIEWS OF BIOPHYSICS
    51. ROELFSEMA MRG; PRINS HBA
      THE MEMBRANE-POTENTIAL OF ARABIDOPSIS-THALIANA GUARD-CELLS - DEPOLARIZATIONS INDUCED BY APOPLASTIC ACIDIFICATION

      Planta
    52. FELSCH JS; CACHERO TG; PERALTA EG
      ACTIVATION OF PROTEIN-TYROSINE KINASE PYK2 BY THE M1 MUSCARINIC ACETYLCHOLINE-RECEPTOR

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    53. DRAIN P; LI LH; WANG J
      K-ATP CHANNEL INHIBITION BY ATP REQUIRES DISTINCT FUNCTIONAL DOMAINS OF THE CYTOPLASMIC C-TERMINUS OF THE PORE-FORMING SUBUNIT

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    54. PARDO LA; BRUGGEMANN A; CAMACHO J; STUHMER W
      CELL CYCLE-RELATED CHANGES IN THE CONDUCTING PROPERTIES OF R-EAG K+ CHANNELS

      The Journal of cell biology
    55. Hani, EH; Boutin, P; Durand, E; Inoue, H; Permutt, MA; Velho, G; Froguel, P
      Missense mutations in the pancreatic islet beta cell inwardly rectifying K+ channel gene (KIR6.2/BIR): a meta-analysis suggests a role in the polygenic basis of Type II diabetes mellitus in Caucasians

      DIABETOLOGIA
    56. WISCHMEYER E; DORING F; WISCHMEYER E; SPAUSCHUS A; THOMZIG A; VEH R; KARSCHIN A
      SUBUNIT INTERACTIONS IN THE ASSEMBLY OF NEURONAL KIR3.0 INWARDLY RECTIFYING K+ CHANNELS

      Molecular and cellular neurosciences
    57. KARSCHIN C; KARSCHIN A
      ONTOGENY OF GENE-EXPRESSION OF KIR CHANNEL SUBUNITS IN THE RAT

      Molecular and cellular neurosciences
    58. ADELBRECHT C; MURER MG; LAURITZEN I; LESAGE F; LADZUNSKI M; AGID Y; RAISMANVOZARI R
      AN IMMUNOCYTOCHEMICAL STUDY OF A G-PROTEIN-GATED INWARD RECTIFIER K+ CHANNEL (GIRK2) IN THE WEAVER MOUSE MESENCEPHALON

      NeuroReport
    59. NAIR LA; GRANT AO
      EMERGING CLASS-III ANTIARRHYTHMIC AGENTS - MECHANISM OF ACTION AND PROARRHYTHMIC POTENTIAL

      Cardiovascular drugs and therapy
    60. WILLIAMS K
      MODULATION AND BLOCK OF ION CHANNELS - A NEW BIOLOGY OF POLYAMINES

      Cellular signalling
    61. HUGNOT JP; PEDEUTOUR F; LECALVEZ C; GROSGEORGE J; PASSAGE E; FONTES M; LAZDUNSKI M
      THE HUMAN INWARD RECTIFYING K-2.2 (KCNJ12) GENE - GENE STRUCTURE, ASSIGNMENT TO CHROMOSOME 17P11.1, AND IDENTIFICATION OF A SIMPLE TANDEM REPEAT POLYMORPHISM( CHANNEL KIR)

      Genomics
    62. INOUE M; SAKAMOTO Y; YANO A; IMANAGA I
      CYANIDE SUPPRESSION OF INWARDLY RECTIFYING K-PIG CHROMAFFIN CELLS INVOLVES DEPHOSPHORYLATION( CHANNELS IN GUINEA)

      American journal of physiology. Cell physiology
    63. XIE LH; TAKANO M; NOMA A
      DEVELOPMENT OF INWARDLY RECTIFYING K+ CHANNEL FAMILY IN RAT VENTRICULAR MYOCYTES

      American journal of physiology. Heart and circulatory physiology
    64. WELLING PA
      PRIMARY STRUCTURE AND FUNCTIONAL EXPRESSION OF A CORTICAL COLLECTING DUCT K-IR CHANNEL

      American journal of physiology. Renal, fluid and electrolyte physiology
    65. TAKAI H; SATO R; KATORI R
      SEMATILIDE BLOCKS THE INWARD RECTIFIER POTASSIUM CHANNEL IN ISOLATED GUINEA-PIG VENTRICULAR MYOCYTES

      General pharmacology
    66. HOLMES TC; BERMAN K; SWARTZ JE; DAGAN D; LEVITAN IB
      EXPRESSION OF VOLTAGE-GATED POTASSIUM CHANNELS DECREASES CELLULAR PROTEIN-TYROSINE PHOSPHORYLATION

      The Journal of neuroscience
    67. WANG WH; HEBERT SC; GIEBISCH G
      RENAL K+ CHANNELS - STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION

      Annual review of physiology
    68. ROELFSEMA MRG; PRINS HBA
      ION CHANNELS IN GUARD-CELLS OF ARABIDOPSIS-THALIANA (L) HEYNH

      Planta
    69. KUSAKA S; PURO DG
      INTRACELLULAR ATP ACTIVATES INWARDLY RECTIFYING K+ CHANNELS IN HUMAN AND MONKEY RETINAL MULLER (GLIAL) CELLS

      Journal of physiology
    70. VETTER AE; DEACHAPUNYA C; OGRADY SM
      NA ABSORPTION ACROSS ENDOMETRIAL EPITHELIAL-CELLS IS STIMULATED BY CAMP-DEPENDENT ACTIVATION OF AN INWARDLY RECTIFYING K-CHANNEL

      The Journal of membrane biology
    71. ITO H; TSUCHIMOCHI H; TADA Y; KURACHI Y
      PHOSPHORYLATION-INDEPENDENT INHIBITION BY INTRACELLULAR CYCLIC-NUCLEOTIDES OF BRAIN INWARDLY RECTIFYING K+ CURRENT EXPRESSED IN XENOPUS OOCYTES

      FEBS letters
    72. LESAGE F; LAURITZEN I; DUPRAT F; REYES R; FINK M; HEURTEAUX C; LAZDUNSKI M
      THE STRUCTURE, FUNCTION AND DISTRIBUTION OF THE MOUSE TWIK-1 K+ CHANNEL

      FEBS letters
    73. RUNDFELDT C
      THE NEW ANTICONVULSANT RETIGABINE (D-23129) ACTS AS AN OPENER OF K+ CHANNELS IN NEURONAL CELLS

      European journal of pharmacology
    74. FRANQUEZA L; LONGOBARDO M; VICENTE J; DELPON E; TAMKUN MM; TAMARGO J; SNYDERS DJ; VALENZUELA C
      MOLECULAR DETERMINANTS OF STEREOSELECTIVE BUPIVACAINE BLOCK OF HKV1.5CHANNELS

      Circulation research
    75. SAXENA NC; FAN JS; TSENG GN
      EFFECTS OF ELEVATING [NA](I) ON MEMBRANE CURRENTS OF CANINE VENTRICULAR MYOCYTES, ROLE OF INTRACELLULAR CA IONS

      Cardiovascular Research
    76. MIYASHITA T; KUBO Y
      LOCALIZATION AND DEVELOPMENTAL-CHANGES OF THE EXPRESSION OF 2 INWARD RECTIFYING K-CHANNEL PROTEINS IN THE RAT-BRAIN()

      Brain research
    77. YOSHIDA K; IDE T; INOUYE K; MIZUNO K; TAGUCHI T; KASAI M
      A VOLTAGE-DEPENDENT AND K-DEPENDENT K+ CHANNEL FROM A MEMBRANE-FRACTION ENRICHED IN CONTRACTILE VACUOLE OF DICTYOSTELIUM-DISCOIDEUM()

      Biochimica et biophysica acta. Biomembranes
    78. MONTAL M
      PROTEIN FOLDS IN CHANNEL STRUCTURE

      Current opinion in structural biology
    79. TUCKER SJ; PESSIA M; ADELMAN JP
      MUSCARINE-GATED K- SUBUNIT STOICHIOMETRY AND STRUCTURAL DOMAINS ESSENTIAL FOR G-PROTEIN STIMULATION( CHANNEL )

      American journal of physiology. Heart and circulatory physiology
    80. LIAO YJ; JAN YN; JAN LY
      HETEROMULTIMERIZATION OF G-PROTEIN-GATED INWARDLY RECTIFYING K+ CHANNEL PROTEINS GIRK1 AND GIRK2 AND THEIR ALTERED EXPRESSION IN WEAVER BRAIN

      The Journal of neuroscience
    81. KENNEDY ME; NEMEC J; CLAPHAM DE
      LOCALIZATION AND INTERACTION OF EPITOPE-TAGGED GIRK1 AND CIR INWARD RECTIFIER K+ CHANNEL SUBUNITS

      Neuropharmacology
    82. ISHIHARA K; HIRAOKA M; OCHI R
      THE TETRAVALENT ORGANIC CATION SPERMINE CAUSES THE GATING OF THE IRK1CHANNEL EXPRESSED IN MURINE FIBROBLAST CELLS

      Journal of physiology
    83. DOI T; FAKLER B; SCHULTZ JH; SCHULTE U; BRANDLE U; WEIDEMANN S; ZENNER HP; LANG F; RUPPERSBERG JP
      EXTRACELLULAR K+ AND INTRACELLULAR PH ALLOSTERICALLY REGULATE RENAL K(IR)1.1 CHANNELS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    84. LAGRUTTA AA; BOND CT; XIA XM; PESSIA M; TUCKER S; ADELMAN JP
      INWARD RECTIFIER POTASSIUM CHANNELS - CLONING, EXPRESSION AND STRUCTURE-FUNCTION STUDIES

      Japanese Heart Journal
    85. NICHOLS CG; MAKHINA EN; PEARSON WL; SHA Q; LOPATIN AN
      INWARD RECTIFICATION AND IMPLICATIONS FOR CARDIAC EXCITABILITY

      Circulation research
    86. CHENG JH; KAMIYA K; KODAMA I; TOYAMA J
      DIFFERENTIAL-EFFECTS OF MS-551 AND E-4031 ON ACTION-POTENTIALS AND THE DELAYED RECTIFIER K+ CURRENT IN RABBIT VENTRICULAR MYOCYTES

      Cardiovascular Research
    87. TAKAHASHI K; OKAMURA Y
      NEURONAL EXCITABILITY IS INDUCED BY CELL-CELL INTERACTIONS DURING EARLY EMBRYOGENESIS

      Perspectives on developmental neurobiology
    88. TANG WM; RUKNUDIN A; YANG WP; SHAW SY; KNICKERBOCKER A; KURTZ S
      FUNCTIONAL EXPRESSION OF A VERTEBRATE INWARDLY RECTIFYING K+ CHANNEL IN YEAST

      Molecular biology of the cell
    89. TAKAHASHI N; MORISHIGE KI; YAMADA M; TAKUMI T; KURACHI Y
      MOLECULAR AND FUNCTIONAL-HETEROGENEITY OF INWARD RECTIFIER POTASSIUM CHANNELS IN BRAIN AND HEART

      Heart and vessels
    90. YAMADA M; KURACHI Y
      SPERMINE GATES INWARD-RECTIFYING MUSCARINIC BUT NOT ATP-SENSITIVE K- INTRACELLULAR SUBSTANCE-MEDIATED MECHANISM OF INWARD RECTIFICATION( CHANNELS IN RABBIT ATRIAL MYOCYTES )

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    91. RAABGRAHAM KF; RADEKE CM; VANDENBERG CA
      MOLECULAR-CLONING AND EXPRESSION OF A HUMAN HEART INWARD RECTIFIER POTASSIUM CHANNEL

      NeuroReport
    92. HICE RE; FOLANDER K; SALATA JJ; SMITH JS; SANGUINETTI MC; SWANSON R
      SPECIES VARIANTS OF THE I-SK PROTEIN - DIFFERENCES IN KINETICS, VOLTAGE-DEPENDENCE, AND LA3-OOCYTES( BLOCK OF THE CURRENTS EXPRESSED IN XENOPUS)

      Pflugers Archiv
    93. MORISHIGE KI; TAKAHASHI N; JAHANGIR A; YAMADA M; KOYAMA H; ZANELLI JS; KURACHI Y
      MOLECULAR-CLONING AND FUNCTIONAL EXPRESSION OF A NOVEL BRAIN-SPECIFICINWARD RECTIFIER POTASSIUM CHANNEL

      FEBS letters
    94. KOYAMA H; MORISHIGE K; TAKAHASHI N; ZANELLI JS; FASS DN; KURACHI Y
      MOLECULAR-CLONING, FUNCTIONAL EXPRESSION AND LOCALIZATION OF A NOVEL INWARD RECTIFIER POTASSIUM CHANNEL IN THE RAT-BRAIN

      FEBS letters
    95. HEATH BM; TERRAR DA
      EFFECT OF GLIBENCLAMIDE, FORSKOLIN, AND ISOPRENALINE ON THE PARALLEL ACTIVATION OF K-ATP AND REDUCTION OF I-K BY CROMAKALIM IN CARDIAC MYOCYTES

      Cardiovascular Research
    96. BLATT MR; ARMSTRONG F
      K-CELLS - ABSCISIC-ACID-EVOKED CONTROL OF THE OUTWARD RECTIFIER MEDIATED BY CYTOPLASMIC PH( CHANNELS OF STOMATAL GUARD)

      Planta
    97. MORISHIGE K; TAKAHASHI N; FINDLAY I; KOYAMA H; ZANELLI JS; PETERSON C; JENKINS NA; COPELAND NG; MORI N; KURACHI Y
      MOLECULAR-CLONING, FUNCTIONAL EXPRESSION AND LOCALIZATION OF AN INWARD RECTIFIER POTASSIUM CHANNEL IN THE MOUSE-BRAIN

      FEBS letters


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