Cell-cycle control of a large-conductance K+ channel in mouse early embryos.

Abstract

There have been few investigations into the role of ion channels in mammalian early embryonic development, despite studies showing that changes in ion channel activity accompany the early embryonic development of non-mammalian species and the proliferation of mammalian cells. Here we report that a large-conductance, voltage-activated K+ channel is active in… (More)

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@article{Day1993CellcycleCO, title={Cell-cycle control of a large-conductance K+ channel in mouse early embryos.}, author={Mark Day and S. J. Pickering and Matthew Johnson and Dave Cook}, journal={Nature}, year={1993}, volume={365 6446}, pages={560-2} }