Robert J Zahm

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Voltage-gated ion channels are well known for their functional roles in excitable tissues. Excitable tissues rely on voltage-gated ion channels and their auxiliary subunits to achieve concerted electrical activity in living cells. Auxiliary subunits are also known to provide functional diversity towards the transport and biogenesis properties of the(More)
Many channels and carriers associate with auxiliary subunits which modify their activities and facilitate biogenesis. Advances in genome sequencing as well as biochemical, molecular genetic, and physiological experimentation have allowed for the discovery of many transport auxiliary subunits. Recent interests in the pharmacology of the calcium auxiliary(More)
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