A Quantitative Description of KcsA Gating II: Single-Channel Currents

@article{Chakrapani2007AQD,
  title={A Quantitative Description of KcsA Gating II: Single-Channel Currents},
  author={Sudha Chakrapani and Julio F Cordero-Morales and Eduardo Perozo},
  journal={The Journal of General Physiology},
  year={2007},
  volume={130},
  pages={479 - 496}
}
The kinetic transitions of proton-activated WT KcsA and the noninactivating E71A mutant were studied at the single-channel level in purified, liposome-reconstituted preparations. Single-channel currents were recorded using patch-clamp techniques under nonstationary and steady-state conditions. Maximum-likelihood analyses reveal that the key influence of acidic pH is to increase the frequency of bursting without an effect on the intraburst open and closed dwell times, consistent with the finding… CONTINUE READING

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