Electrophysiological properties of the hypokalaemic periodic paralysis mutation (R528H) of the skeletal muscle alpha 1s subunit as expressed in mouse L cells.

Abstract

Hypokalaemic periodic paralysis (HypoPP) is an autosomal dominant muscle disease which has been linked to point mutations in the skeletal muscle L-type calcium channel alpha 1 subunit (alpha 1s). Here, we have introduced one of the point mutations causing HypoPP (R528H) into cDNA of the rabbit alpha 1s. Expression of either the wild-type alpha 1s or the… (More)

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