Gating, regulation, and structure in k2p k+ channels: in varietate concordia?
AuthorNiemeyer, María Isabel
Pablo Cid, L
Sepúlveda, Francisco V
K-2P K+ channels with two pore domains in tandem associate as dimers to produce so-called background conductances that are regulated by a variety of stimuli. Whereas gating in K-2P channels has been poorly understood, recent developments have provided im
ContestConcurso Nacional Regular 2014
Date de publicación2016