A discrete amino terminal domain of Kv1.5 and Kv1.4 potassium channels interacts with the spectrin repeats of α‐actinin‐2

@article{Cukovic2001ADA,
  title={A discrete amino terminal domain of Kv1.5 and Kv1.4 potassium channels interacts with the spectrin repeats of $\alpha$‐actinin‐2},
  author={Daniela Cukovic and Grace W K Lu and Barbara A. Wible and David F. Steele and David Fedida},
  journal={FEBS Letters},
  year={2001},
  volume={498}
}
The C-Terminal PDZ-Binding Motif in the Kv1.5 Potassium Channel Governs its Modulation by the Na+/H+ Exchanger Regulatory Factor 2
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The Spectrin Cytoskeleton Influences the Surface Expression and Activation of Human Transient Receptor Potential Channel 4 Channels*
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Results demonstrate that a direct interaction between h TRPC4 and the spectrin cytoskeleton is involved in the regulation of hTRPC4 surface expression and activation.
Localization of Kv1.5 in native and heterologous cell systems
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Modulation of voltage sensitivity by N-terminal cytoplasmic residues in human Kv1.2 channels
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The data imply that N-terminal residues can interact with transmembrane regions and perturb the machinery mediating voltage-dependent channel gating, as well as constructing chimæras from the collection of human voltage-gated potassium channels.
Modulation of Kv1.5 currents by protein kinase A, tyrosine kinase, and protein tyrosine phosphatase requires an intact cytoskeleton.
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It is concluded that currents encoded by Kv1.5 are regulated by PKA and protein tyrosine phosphatase and that this regulation requires an intact actin cytoskeleton and alpha-actinin-2.
KChIP2 modulates the cell surface expression of Kv 1.5-encoded K(+) channels.
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