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    1. Kinoshita, E; Maejima, H; Yamaoka, K; Konno, K; Kawai, N; Shimizu, E; Yokote, S; Nakayama, H; Seyama, I
      Novel wasp toxin discriminates between neuronal and cardiac sodium channels

      MOLECULAR PHARMACOLOGY
    2. Wright, SN
      Irreversible block of human heart (hH1) sodium channels by the plant alkaloid lappaconitine

      MOLECULAR PHARMACOLOGY
    3. Cestele, S; Scheuer, T; Mantegazza, M; Rochat, H; Catterall, WA
      Neutralization of gating charges in domain II of the sodium channel alpha subunit enhances voltage-sensor trapping by a beta-scorpion toxin

      JOURNAL OF GENERAL PHYSIOLOGY
    4. Chen, H; Heinemann, SH
      Interaction of scorpion alpha-toxins with cardiac sodium channels: Bindingproperties and enhancement of slow inactivation

      JOURNAL OF GENERAL PHYSIOLOGY
    5. Goudet, C; Ferrer, T; Galan, L; Artiles, A; Batista, CFV; Possani, LD; Alvarez, J; Aneiros, A; Tytgat, J
      Characterization of two Bunodosoma granulifera toxins active on cardiac sodium channels

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    6. Brand, S; Seeger, T; Alzheimer, C
      Enhancement of persistent Na+ current by sea anemone toxin (ATX II) exertsdual action on hippocampal excitability

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    7. Sahara, Y; Gotoh, M; Konno, K; Miwa, A; Tsubokawa, H; Robinson, HPC; Kawai, N
      A new class of neurotoxin from wasp venom slows inactivation of sodium current

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    8. Chen, ZY; Reddy, G; Hahin, R
      The isolation and purification of two peptides from the venom of Buthus martensii Karsch

      TOXICON
    9. Wang, GK; Quan, C; Seaver, M; Wang, SY
      Modification of wild-type and batrachotoxin-resistant muscle mu 1 Na+ channels by veratridine

      PFLUGERS ARCHIV-EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY
    10. Hanck, DA; Makielski, JC; Sheets, MF
      Lidocaine alters activation gating of cardiac Na channels

      PFLUGERS ARCHIV-EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY
    11. Chen, HJ; Gordon, D; Heinemann, SH
      Modulation of cloned skeletal muscle sodium channels by the scorpion toxins Lqh II, Lqh III, and Lqh alpha IT

      PFLUGERS ARCHIV-EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY
    12. Gilles, N; Blanchet, C; Shichor, I; Zaninetti, M; Lotan, I; Bertrand, D; Gordon, D
      A scorpion alpha-like toxin that is active on insects and mammals reveals an unexpected specificity and distribution of sodium channel subtypes in rat brain neurons

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    13. Benzinger, GR; Tonkovich, GS; Hanck, DA
      Augmentation of recovery from inactivation by site-3 Na channel toxins - Asingle-channel and whole-cell study of persistent currents

      JOURNAL OF GENERAL PHYSIOLOGY
    14. Desaphy, JF; Camerino, DC; Franchini, C; Lentini, G; Tortorella, V; De Luca, A
      Increased hindrance on the chiral carbon atom of mexiletine enhances the block of rat skeletal muscle Na+ channels in a model of myotonia induced by ATX

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    15. Sheets, MF; Kyle, JW; Kallen, RG; Hanck, DA
      The Na channel voltage sensor associated with inactivation is localized tothe external charged residues of domain IV, S4

      BIOPHYSICAL JOURNAL
    16. POPHAM HJR; PRIKHODKO GG; FELCETTO TJ; OSTLIND DA; WARMKE JW; COHEN CJ; MILLER LK
      EFFECT OF DELTAMETHRIN TREATMENT ON LEPIDOPTERAN LARVAE INFECTED WITHBACULOVIRUSES EXPRESSING INSECT-SELECTIVE TOXINS MU-AGA-IV, AS-II, ORSH-1

      Biological control
    17. SAUTIERE P; CESTELE S; KOPEYAN C; MARTINAGE A; DROBECQ H; DOLJANSKY Y; GORDON D
      NEW TOXINS ACTING ON SODIUM-CHANNELS FROM THE SCORPION LEIURUS-QUINQUESTRIATUS HEBRAEUS SUGGEST A CLUE TO MAMMALIAN VS INSECT SELECTIVITY

      Toxicon (Oxford)
    18. LINFORD NJ; CANTRELL AR; QU YS; SCHEUER T; CATTERALL WA
      INTERACTION OF BATRACHOTOXIN WITH THE LOCAL-ANESTHETIC RECEPTOR-SITE IN TRANSMEMBRANE SEGMENT IVS6 OF THE VOLTAGE-GATED SODIUM-CHANNEL

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    19. LISMERIN Y; SWARTZ KJ
      GATING MODIFIER TOXINS REVEAL A CONSERVED STRUCTURAL MOTIF IN VOLTAGE-GATED CA2+ AND K+ CHANNELS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    20. BENZINGER GR; KYLE JW; BLUMENTHAL KM; HANCK DA
      A SPECIFIC INTERACTION BETWEEN THE CARDIAC SODIUM-CHANNEL AND SITE-3 TOXIN ANTHOPLEURIN-B

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    21. ECKARDT L; HAVERKAMP W; BORGGREFE M; BREITHARDT G
      EXPERIMENTAL-MODELS OF TORSADE-DE-POINTES

      Cardiovascular Research
    22. BENZINGER GR; DRUM CL; CHEN LQ; KALLEN RG; HANCK DA
      DIFFERENCES IN THE BINDING-SITES OF 2 SITE-3 SODIUM-CHANNEL TOXINS

      Pflugers Archiv
    23. CHAHINE M; PLANTE E; KALLEN RG
      SEA-ANEMONE TOXIN (ATX-II) MODULATION OF HEART AND SKELETAL-MUSCLE SODIUM-CHANNEL ALPHA-SUBUNITS EXPRESSED IN TSA201 CELLS

      The Journal of membrane biology
    24. DIASKADAMBI BL; COMBS KA; DRUM CL; HANCK DA; BLUMENTHAL KM
      THE ROLE OF EXPOSED TRYPTOPHAN RESIDUES IN THE ACTIVITY OF THE CARDIOTONIC POLYPEPTIDE ANTHOPLEURIN-B

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    25. KELSO GJ; DRUM CL; HANCK DA; BLUMENTHAL KM
      ROLE FOR PRO-13 IN DIRECTING HIGH-AFFINITY BINDING OF ANTHOPLEURIN-B TO THE VOLTAGE-SENSITIVE SODIUM-CHANNEL

      Biochemistry
    26. ARAQUE A; URBANO FJ; CERVENANSKY C; GANDIA L; BUNO W
      SELECTIVE BLOCK OF CA2-DEPENDENT K+ CURRENT IN CRAYFISH NEUROMUSCULARSYSTEM AND CHROMAFFIN CELLS BY SEA-ANEMONE BUNODOSOMA-CANGICUM VENOM()

      Journal of neuroscience research
    27. BOUTJDIR M; RESTIVO M; WEI YS; STERGIOPOULOS K; ELSHERIF N
      EARLY AFTERDEPOLARIZATION FORMATION IN CARDIAC MYOCYTES - ANALYSIS OFPHASE PLANE PATTERNS, ACTION-POTENTIAL, AND MEMBRANE CURRENTS

      Journal of cardiovascular electrophysiology
    28. MING Z; NORDIN C; ARONSON RS
      ROLE OF L-TYPE CALCIUM-CHANNEL WINDOW CURRENT IN GENERATING CURRENT-INDUCED EARLY AFTERDEPOLARIZATIONS

      Journal of cardiovascular electrophysiology
    29. PENNINGTON MW; ZADENBERG I; BYRNES ME; NORTON RS; KEM WR
      SYNTHESIS OF THE CARDIAC INOTROPIC POLYPEPTIDE ANTHOPLEURIN-A

      International journal of peptide & protein research
    30. KHERA PK; BLUMENTHAL KM
      ROLE OF THE CATIONIC RESIDUES ARGININE-14 AND LYSINE-48 IN THE FUNCTION OF THE CARDIOTONIC POLYPEPTIDE ANTHOPLEURIN-B

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    31. GALLAGHER MJ; BLUMENTHAL KM
      IMPORTANCE OF THE UNIQUE CATIONIC RESIDUES ARGININE-12 AND LYSINE-49 IN THE ACTIVITY OF THE CARDIOTONIC POLYPEPTIDE ANTHOPLEURIN-B

      The Journal of biological chemistry


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