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Maurotoxin, a 34-amino acid toxin from Scorpio maurus scorpion venom, was examined for its ability to inhibit cloned human SK (SK1, SK2, and SK3), IK1, and Slo1 calcium-activated potassium (K(Ca)) channels. Maurotoxin was found to produce a potent inhibition of Ca(2+)-activated (86)Rb efflux (IC(50), 1.4 nM) and inwardly rectifying potassium currents(More)
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