Membrane targeting of ATP-sensitive potassium channel. Effects of glycosylation on surface expression.

@article{Conti2002MembraneTO,
  title={Membrane targeting of ATP-sensitive potassium channel. Effects of glycosylation on surface expression.},
  author={Lisa R. Conti and Carolyn M. Radeke and Carol A. Vandenberg},
  journal={The Journal of biological chemistry},
  year={2002},
  volume={277 28},
  pages={25416-22}
}
Oligosaccharides play significant roles in trafficking, folding, and sorting of membrane proteins. Sulfonylurea receptors (SURx), members of the ATP binding cassette family of proteins, associate with the inward rectifier Kir6.x to form ATP-sensitive potassium channels (K(ATP)). These channels are found on the plasma membrane in many tissues and play a pivotal role in synchronizing electrical excitability with cell metabolic state. Trafficking defects resulting from three independent SUR1… CONTINUE READING
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