Structure To Function Of G Protein-gated Inwardly Rectifying (girk) Channels by Paul A. SlesingerStructure To Function Of G Protein-gated Inwardly Rectifying (girk) Channels by Paul A. Slesinger

Structure To Function Of G Protein-gated Inwardly Rectifying (girk) Channels

byPaul A. SlesingerEditorKevin Wickman

Hardcover | September 23, 2015

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This volume in theInternational Review of Neurobiologyseries is a comprehensive overview of the state-of-the-art research into GIRK Potassium Channels. It reviews current knowledge and understanding and provides a starting point for researchers and practitioners entering the field.



  • Presents a comprehensive overview of the latest research into GIRK potassium channels
  • Serves as a perfect starting point for researchers and practitioners entering the field
  • Expands the literature and field of neurobiology
Title:Structure To Function Of G Protein-gated Inwardly Rectifying (girk) ChannelsFormat:HardcoverDimensions:378 pages, 9.41 × 7.24 × 0.98 inPublished:September 23, 2015Publisher:Academic PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0128024585

ISBN - 13:9780128024584

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Table of Contents

  1. Unifying Mechanism of Controlling Kir3 Channel Activity by G Proteins and Phosphoinositides
  2. Diomedes E. Logothetis, Rahul Mahajan, Scott K. Adney, Junghoon Ha, Takeharu Kawano, Xuan-Yu Meng and Meng Cui

  3. The Roles of G² ³ and G± in Gating and Regulation of GIRK Channels
  4. Nathan Dascal and Uri Kahanovitch

  5. RGS Redundancy and Implications in GPCR-GIRK Signaling
  6. Craig A. Doupnik

  7. Structural Insights into GIRK Channel Function
  8. Ian W. Glaaser and Paul A. Slesinger

  9. Localization and Targeting of Girk Channels in Mammalian Central Neurons
  10. Rafael Luján and Carolina Aguado

  11. GIRK Channel Plasticity and Implications for Drug Addiction
  12. Ezequiel Marron Fernandez de Velasco, Nora McCall and Kevin Wickman

  13. GIRK Channels: a Potential Link Between Learning and Addiction
  14. Megan E. Tipps and Kari J. Buck

  15. Behavioral and Genetic Evidence for GIRK Channels in the CNS: Role in Physiology, Pathophysiology, and Drug Addiction Jody Mayfield, Yuri A. Blednov and R. Adron Harris