Identification of ML 204 , a Novel Potent Antagonist That Selectively Modulates Native TRPC 4 / C 5 Ion Channels *

@inproceedings{Miller2011IdentificationOM,
  title={Identification of ML 204 , a Novel Potent Antagonist That Selectively Modulates Native TRPC 4 / C 5 Ion Channels *},
  author={Melissa Farmer Miller and Jie Shi and Yingmin Zhu and Maksym Kustov and Jin-bin Tian and Amy Stevens and Meng Wu and Jia Xu and Shunyou Long and Pu Yang and Alexander V. Zholos and James M. Salovich and C David Weaver and Corey R Hopkins and Craig W Lindsley and Owen B. McManus and Min Li and Michael Xi Zhu},
  year={2011}
}
Melissa Miller, Jie Shi, Yingmin Zhu, Maksym Kustov, Jin-bin Tian, Amy Stevens, Meng Wu, Jia Xu, Shunyou Long, Pu Yang, Alexander V. Zholos, James M. Salovich **, C. David Weaver , Corey R. Hopkins **, Craig W. Lindsley **, Owen McManus, Min Li, and Michael X. Zhu From the Department of Neuroscience, High Throughput Biology Center, and Johns Hopkins Ion Channel Center, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, Maryland 21205, the Department of Integrative Biology and Pharmacology… CONTINUE READING
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