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We have investigated the possible implication of the cell cycle-regulated K(+) channel ether à go-go (EAG) in cell proliferation and transformation. We show that transfection of EAG into mammalian cells confers a transformed phenotype. In addition, human EAG mRNA is detected in several somatic cancer cell lines, despite being preferentially expressed in(More)
We have cloned a mammalian (rat) homologue of Drosophila ether á go-go (eag) cDNA, which encodes a distinct type of voltage activated potassium (K) channel. The derived Drosophila and rat eag polypeptides share > 670 amino acids, with a sequence identity of 61%, exhibiting a high degree of similarity at the N-terminus, the hydrophobic core including the(More)
The cell cycle is the crucial process that leads to mitosis in all cell types. The dramatic redirectioning of many cellular processes during the cycle is known to involve ion channels, either changing their level of expression or their voltage dependence, as in the case of inward rectifiers. Here we describe the specific inhibition of heterologously(More)
The Drosophila ether-à-go-go (eag) mutant is responsible for altered potassium currents in excitable tissue. These mutants exhibit spontaneous, repetitive firing of action potentials in the motor axons of larval neuromuscular junctions. The eag gene encodes a polypeptide that shares sequence similarities with several different ionic channel proteins,(More)
After animal experiments suggested there was an interaction between growth hormone and bone healing, our aim in this paper was to ascertain whether there were any changes or possible interaction between the serum level of growth hormone, somatomedin C and alkaline phosphatase while a fractured bone was healing. To this end, the serum concentrations of(More)
UNLABELLED Low tear production or elevated tear evaporation can lead to severe keratoconjunctivitis sicca. In patients with this disease, the transfer of an autologous submandibular gland into the temporal fossa is currently the most common surgical lacrimal gland substituting procedure. AIM We compared the pre- and postoperative viability of transferred(More)
At the present time we cannot unhesitatingly recommend the general use of digital luminescence radiography in traumatological follow-up examinations. Marked drawbacks of this method are, for example, sudden changes in contrast in the marginal areas of osteosynthesis material, occasional limitations in the detailed assessment of spongious structures and(More)
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