Modification of delayed rectifier potassium currents by the Kv9.1 potassium channel subunit.

Abstract

Within auditory pathways, the intrinsic electrical properties of neurons, and in particular their complement of potassium channels, play a key role in shaping the timing and pattern of action potentials produced by sound stimuli. The Kv9.1 gene encodes a potassium channel alpha subunit that is expressed in a variety of neurons, including those of the… (More)

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@article{Richardson2000ModificationOD, title={Modification of delayed rectifier potassium currents by the Kv9.1 potassium channel subunit.}, author={F. Richardson and L. K. Kaczmarek}, journal={Hearing research}, year={2000}, volume={147 1-2}, pages={21-30} }