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Papers associated with pectoral appendage (and kcnj1)

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H bonding at the helix-bundle crossing controls gating in Kir potassium channels., Rapedius M., Neuron. August 16, 2007; 55 (4): 602-14.                


Moving the pH gate of the Kir1.1 inward rectifier channel., Nanazashvili M., Channels (Austin). January 1, 2007; 1 (1): 21-8.


Mechanism of rectification in inward-rectifier K+ channels., Guo D., J Gen Physiol. April 1, 2003; 121 (4): 261-75.                        


The serum and glucocorticoid-inducible kinase SGK1 and the Na+/H+ exchange regulating factor NHERF2 synergize to stimulate the renal outer medullary K+ channel ROMK1., Yun CC., J Am Soc Nephrol. December 1, 2002; 13 (12): 2823-30.


Mechanism underlying bupivacaine inhibition of G protein-gated inwardly rectifying K+ channels., Zhou W., Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. May 22, 2001; 98 (11): 6482-7.


A conserved cytoplasmic region of ROMK modulates pH sensitivity, conductance, and gating., Choe H., Am J Physiol Renal Physiol. October 1, 1997; 273 (4): F516-F529.


A conserved cytoplasmic region of ROMK modulates pH sensitivity, conductance, and gating., Choe H., Am J Physiol. January 1, 1997; 273 (4): F516-29.


Susceptibility of cloned K+ channels to reactive oxygen species., Duprat F., Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. December 5, 1995; 92 (25): 11796-800.


Cloning provides evidence for a family of inward rectifier and G-protein coupled K+ channels in the brain., Lesage F., FEBS Lett. October 10, 1994; 353 (1): 37-42.

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