Ion channels and pumps in cardiac function.


Ion channels and pumps are intrinsic membrane proteins that regulate the membrane potential and transport of ions and substrates, controlling excitation and excitation-contraction coupling. Several have been cloned and an example of our progress in structure-function correlation is the identification of the pore region of the Na channel.

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@article{Fozzard1995IonCA, title={Ion channels and pumps in cardiac function.}, author={Harry A. Fozzard and Gregory M. Lipkind}, journal={Advances in experimental medicine and biology}, year={1995}, volume={382}, pages={3-10} }