Anticholinergic antiparkinson drug orphenadrine inhibits HERG channels: block attenuation by mutations of the pore residues Y652 or F656

@article{Scholz2007AnticholinergicAD,
  title={Anticholinergic antiparkinson drug orphenadrine inhibits HERG channels: block attenuation by mutations of the pore residues Y652 or F656},
  author={Eberhard P. Scholz and Franziska M. Konrad and Daniel L. Wei{\ss} and Edgar Zitron and Claudia Kiesecker and Ramona Bloehs and Martin Kulzer and Dierk Thomas and Sven Kathöfer and Alexander Bauer and Martin H. Maurer and Gunnar Seemann and Hugo A. Katus and Christoph Karle},
  journal={Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's Archives of Pharmacology},
  year={2007},
  volume={376},
  pages={275-284}
}
The anticholinergic antiparkinson drug orphenadrine is an antagonist at central and peripheral muscarinic receptors. Orphenadrine intake has recently been linked to QT prolongation and Torsade-de-Pointes tachycardia. So far, inhibitory effects on IKr or cloned HERG channels have not been examined. HERG channels were heterologously expressed in a HEK 293 cell line and in Xenopus oocytes and HERG current was measured using the whole cell patch clamp and the double electrode voltage clamp… 
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