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XB-ART-27124
FEBS Lett December 19, 1988; 242 (1): 199-206.

Potassium channels expressed from rat brain cDNA have delayed rectifier properties.

Stühmer W , Stocker M , Sakmann B , Seeburg P , Baumann A , Grupe A , Pongs O .


Abstract
Injection into Xenopus oocytes of RNA synthesized in vitro using the rat brain cDNA RCK1 as a template or nuclear injection of the cDNA results in the expression of functional potassium channels. These channels exhibit properties similar to those of the non-inactivating delayed rectifier channel found in mammalian neurons and other excitable cells.

PubMed ID: 2462513
Article link: FEBS Lett