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XB-ART-53849
J Physiol. September 1, 2017; 595 (17): 5895-5912.

Ivermectin activates GIRK channels in a PIP2 -dependent, Gβγ -independent manner and an amino acid residue at the slide helix governs the activation.

Chen IS , Tateyama M , Fukata Y , Uesugi M , Kubo Y .


Abstract


PubMed ID: 28715108
PMC ID: PMC5577542
Article link: J Physiol.

Genes referenced: kcnj3 kcnj5 kcnj6 pycard


References:
Adelsberger, 2000, Pubmed[+]


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