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Alternatively spliced forms of cyclin D1 modulate entry into the cell cycle in an inverse manner
Alternative splicing forms of cyclin D1 modulated entry into the cell cycle in an inverse manner and both Splicing forms suppressed cell growth, suggesting that this up-regulation may be one of the causes of growth suppression in cyclinD1 overexpressing cells.
Differential binding of tetrodotoxin and its derivatives to voltage‐sensitive sodium channel subtypes (Nav1.1 to Nav1.7)
The binding of 11 TTX analogues to human VSSC subtypes Nav1.1–Nav1.7 is described to describe the development of subtype‐selective ligands to inhibit voltage‐sensitive sodium channels (VSSCs) in humans.
Inhibition of veratridine-induced delayed inactivation of the voltage-sensitive sodium channel by synthetic analogs of crambescin B.
It is concluded that crambescin B carboxylic acid does not block V SSC in a similar manner to TTX but modulate the action of VTD, thereby causing an apparent block of VSSC in the cell-based assay.