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A New View of Potassium Channel Inactivation

  June, 25 2001 20:01
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A New View of Potassium Channel Inactivation

HHMI researchers have discovered how potassium
ion channels are slammed shut, a control mechanism
that allows neurons to regulate their firing
frequency.The structural studies offer new insights
that may aid in designing drugs that control the
channels more precisely.

Research published in the June 7, 2001, issue of the
journal Nature.

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