IRK(1-3) and GIRK(1-4) inwardly rectifying K+ channel mRNAs are differentially expressed in the adult rat brain.

@article{Karschin1996IRK13AG,
  title={IRK(1-3) and GIRK(1-4) inwardly rectifying K+ channel mRNAs are differentially expressed in the adult rat brain.},
  author={Christine Karschin and Erwin Dissmann and Walter Stuehmer and Andreas Karschin},
  journal={The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience},
  year={1996},
  volume={16 11},
  pages={3559-70}
}
Molecular cloning together with functional characterization has shown that the newly identified family of inwardly rectifying K+ channels consists of several closely related members encoded by separate genes. In this report we demonstrate the differential mRNA expression and detailed cellular localization in the adult rat brain of seven members of the IRK and GIRK subfamilies. Using both radiolabeled cRNA riboprobes and specific oligonucleotide probes directed to nonconserved regions of both… CONTINUE READING
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