Ahring, Philip K. Olsen, Jeppe A. Nielsen, Elsebet O. Peters, Dan Pedersen, Martin Holst Friborg Rohde, Line A. Kastrup, Jette S. Shahsavar, Azadeh Indurthi, Dinesh C. Chebib, Mary
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The nicotinic acetylcholine receptor alpha 4 beta 2 is important for normal mammalian brain function and is known to express in two different stoichiometries, (alpha 4)(2)(beta 2)(3) and (alpha 4)(3)(beta 2)(2). While these are similar in many aspects, the (alpha 4)(3)(beta 2)(2) stoichiometry differs by harboring a third orthosteric acetylcholine ...

Ahring, Philip K. Olsen, Jeppe A. Nielsen, Elsebet O. Peters, Dan Pedersen, Martin Holst Friborg Rohde, Line A. Kastrup, Jette S. Shahsavar, Azadeh Indurthi, Dinesh C. Chebib, Mary
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The nicotinic acetylcholine receptor alpha 4 beta 2 is important for normal mammalian brain function and is known to express in two different stoichiometries, (alpha 4)(2)(beta 2)(3) and (alpha 4)(3)(beta 2)(2). While these are similar in many aspects, the (alpha 4)(3)(beta 2)(2) stoichiometry differs by harboring a third orthosteric acetylcholine ...

Ahring, Philip K. Olsen, Jeppe A. Nielsen, Elsebet O. Peters, Dan Pedersen, Martin Holst Friborg Rohde, Line A. Kastrup, Jette S. Shahsavar, Azadeh Indurthi, Dinesh C. Chebib, Mary
...

The nicotinic acetylcholine receptor alpha 4 beta 2 is important for normal mammalian brain function and is known to express in two different stoichiometries, (alpha 4)(2)(beta 2)(3) and (alpha 4)(3)(beta 2)(2). While these are similar in many aspects, the (alpha 4)(3)(beta 2)(2) stoichiometry differs by harboring a third orthosteric acetylcholine ...

Ahring, Philip K. Olsen, Jeppe A. Nielsen, Elsebet O. Peters, Dan Pedersen, Martin Holst Friborg Rohde, Line A. Kastrup, Jette S. Shahsavar, Azadeh Indurthi, Dinesh C. Chebib, Mary
...

The nicotinic acetylcholine receptor alpha 4 beta 2 is important for normal mammalian brain function and is known to express in two different stoichiometries, (alpha 4)(2)(beta 2)(3) and (alpha 4)(3)(beta 2)(2). While these are similar in many aspects, the (alpha 4)(3)(beta 2)(2) stoichiometry differs by harboring a third orthosteric acetylcholine ...

Ahring, Philip K. Olsen, Jeppe A. Nielsen, Elsebet O. Peters, Dan Pedersen, Martin Holst Friborg Rohde, Line A. Kastrup, Jette S. Shahsavar, Azadeh Indurthi, Dinesh C. Chebib, Mary
...

The nicotinic acetylcholine receptor alpha 4 beta 2 is important for normal mammalian brain function and is known to express in two different stoichiometries, (alpha 4)(2)(beta 2)(3) and (alpha 4)(3)(beta 2)(2). While these are similar in many aspects, the (alpha 4)(3)(beta 2)(2) stoichiometry differs by harboring a third orthosteric acetylcholine ...

Ahring, Philip K. Olsen, Jeppe A. Nielsen, Elsebet O. Peters, Dan Pedersen, Martin Holst Friborg Rohde, Line A. Kastrup, Jette S. Shahsavar, Azadeh Indurthi, Dinesh C. Chebib, Mary
...

The nicotinic acetylcholine receptor alpha 4 beta 2 is important for normal mammalian brain function and is known to express in two different stoichiometries, (alpha 4)(2)(beta 2)(3) and (alpha 4)(3)(beta 2)(2). While these are similar in many aspects, the (alpha 4)(3)(beta 2)(2) stoichiometry differs by harboring a third orthosteric acetylcholine ...

Ahring, Philip K. Olsen, Jeppe A. Nielsen, Elsebet O. Peters, Dan Pedersen, Martin Holst Friborg Rohde, Line A. Kastrup, Jette S. Shahsavar, Azadeh Indurthi, Dinesh C. Chebib, Mary
...

The nicotinic acetylcholine receptor alpha 4 beta 2 is important for normal mammalian brain function and is known to express in two different stoichiometries, (alpha 4)(2)(beta 2)(3) and (alpha 4)(3)(beta 2)(2). While these are similar in many aspects, the (alpha 4)(3)(beta 2)(2) stoichiometry differs by harboring a third orthosteric acetylcholine ...

Martin-Eauclaire, Marie-France Ferracci, Geraldine Bosmans, Frank Bougis, Pierre E

Animal toxins that inhibit voltage-gated sodium (Na-v) channel fast inactivation can do so through an interaction with the S3b-S4 helix-turn-helix region, or paddle motif, located in the domain IV voltage sensor. Here, we used surface plasmon resonance (SPR), an optical approach that uses polarized light to measure the refractive index near a senso...

Rosso, Jean-Pierre Schwarz, Jürgen R Diaz-Bustamante, Marcelo Céard, Brigitte Gutiérrez, José M Kneussel, Matthias Pongs, Olaf Bosmans, Frank Bougis, Pierre E

GABA(A) receptors shape synaptic transmission by modulating Cl-conductance across the cell membrane. Remarkably, animal toxins that specifically target GABA(A) receptors have not been identified. Here, we report the discovery of micrurotoxin1 (MmTX1) and MmTX2, two toxins present in Costa Rican coral snake venom that tightly bind to GABA(A) recepto...

Dumotier, Berengere M
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Heart (British Cardiac Society)

The underlying mechanisms behind cardiac arrhythmias are described in this manuscript. In clinical practice, significant arrhythmias are unpredictable, and under some conditions, potentially life-threatening. How can basic science help improve our understanding of molecular entities and factors behind the arrhythmia to advance, develop, adapt or de...