Differential expression and regulation of K(+) channels in the maize coleoptile: molecular and biophysical analysis of cells isolated from cortex and vasculature.

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UNLABELLED Recently, two K(+) channel genes, ZMK1 and ZMK2, were isolated from maize coleoptiles. They are expressed in the cortex and vasculature, respectively. Expression in Xenopus oocytes characterized ZMK1 as an inwardly rectifying K(+) channel activated by external acidification, while ZMK2 mediates voltage-independent and proton-inhibited K… (More)

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@article{Bauer2000DifferentialEA, title={Differential expression and regulation of K(+) channels in the maize coleoptile: molecular and biophysical analysis of cells isolated from cortex and vasculature.}, author={C. S. Bauer and Stefan Hoth and Kazunori Haga and Katrin Philippar and Naohiro Aoki and Rainer Hedrich}, journal={The Plant journal : for cell and molecular biology}, year={2000}, volume={24 2}, pages={139-45} }