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BeKm-1 is a HERG-specific toxin that shares the structure with ChTx but the mechanism of action with ErgTx1.
Peptide toxins with disulfide-stabilized structures have been used as molecular calipers to probe the outer vestibule structure of K channels. We want to apply this approach to the humanExpand
An ERG Channel Inhibitor from the Scorpion Buthus eupeus*
The isolation of the peptide inhibitor of M-type K+ current, BeKm-1, from the venom of the Central Asian scorpion Buthus eupeus has been described previously (Fillipov A. K., Kozlov, S. A.,Expand
Probing the outer mouth structure of the HERG channel with peptide toxin footprinting and molecular modeling.
Previous studies have shown that the unusually long S5-P linker lining human ether a-go-go related gene's (hERG's) outer vestibule is critical for its channel function: point mutations at high-impactExpand
New Binding Site on Common Molecular Scaffold Provides HERG Channel Specificity of Scorpion Toxin BeKm-1* 210
The scorpion toxin BeKm-1 is unique among a variety of known short scorpion toxins affecting potassium channels in its selective action on ether-a-go-go-related gene (ERG)-type channels. BeKm-1Expand
Novel peptide from spider venom inhibits P2X3 receptors and inflammatory pain
P2X3 purinoreceptors expressed in mammalian sensory neurons play a key role in several processes, including pain perception. From the venom of the Central Asian spider Geolycosa sp., we have isolatedExpand
Dynamic conformational changes of extracellular S5–P linkers in the hERG channel
The hERG channel has an unusually long ‘S5–P linker’ (residues 571–613) that lines the outer mouth of the pore. Previously, we have shown that residues along this S5–P linker are critical for theExpand
Polypeptide Modulators of TRPV1 Produce Analgesia without Hyperthermia
Transient receptor potential vanilloid 1 receptors (TRPV1) play a significant physiological role. The study of novel TRPV1 agonists and antagonists is essential. Here, we report on theExpand
Species Diversity and Peptide Toxins Blocking Selectivity of Ether-à-go-go-Related Gene Subfamily K+ Channels in the Central Nervous System
The ether-à-go-go-related gene (erg) K+ channels are known to be crucial for life in Caenorhabditis elegans (mating), Drosophila melanogaster (seizure), and humans (LQT syndrome). The erg genesExpand
Unique interaction of scorpion toxins with the hERG channel
ERG potassium channels specify one component of the delayed rectifier in the heart and are likely to play an important functional role in other excitable cells. Compared to other K+ channels, theExpand
TRPV1 activation power can switch an action mode for its polypeptide ligands
TRPV1 (vanilloid) receptors are activated by different types of stimuli including capsaicin, acidification and heat. Various ligands demonstrate stimulus-dependent action on TRPV1. In the presentExpand
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