David Hriciste

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The subfamily of G-protein-linked inwardly rectifying potassium channels (GIRKs) is coupled to G-protein receptors throughout the CNS and in the heart. We used mutational analysis to address the role of a specific hydrophobic region of the GIRK1 subunit. Deletion of the GIRK1 C-terminal residues 330-384, as well as the point mutation I331R, resulted in a(More)
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