Ion Channels

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EditorT. Narahashi

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'Further establishes the reputation of the series...an invaluable resource.' -Trends in Pharmacological Sciences, from a review of Volume 3 Volume 4 explores such emergent topics as: three-dimensional conceptions of ion channel proteins based on the available structural and functional data; the structure, pharmacology, and regulation of the GABAA receptors; and the Ca2+-dependent K+ channels in adrenal chromatic cell membranes.

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'Further establishes the reputation of the series...an invaluable resource.' -Trends in Pharmacological Sciences, from a review of Volume 3 Volume 4 explores such emergent topics as: three-dimensional conceptions of ion channel proteins based on the available structural and functional data; the structure, pharmacology, and reg...

Format:HardcoverDimensions:476 pages, 10 × 7.01 × 0.27 in

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ISBN - 10:0306452243

ISBN - 13:9780306452246

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Developing Threedimensional Models of Ion Channel Proteins (H.R. Guy, S.R. Durell). Structural and Functional Diversity of Voltageactivated Ca2+ Channels (M. De Waard et al.). The GABAA Receptors: From Subunits to Diverse Functions (H. Mohler et al.). Structure and Regulation of the Amiloridesensitive Epithelial Na+ Channel (P. Barbry, M. Lazdunski). VDAC: A Channel in the Outer Mitochondrial Membrane (M. Colombini et al.). Ion Channels and Membrane Receptors in Follicleenclosed Xenopus Oocytes (R.O. Arellano et al.). Calciumactivated K+ Channels in Adrenal Chromaffin Cells (C.J. Lingle et al.). Regulation of Calcium Release Channel in Sarcomplasmic Reticulum (M. Kasai, T. Ide). Single Channel Studies in Molluscan Neurons (M. Fejtl, D.O. Carpenter). Neuronal Nicotinic Acetylcholine Receptors (J. Linstrom). Index.