Ion channels and pumps in cardiac function.

Abstract

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} }