TPK 1 Is a Vacuolar Ion Channel Different from the Slow-Vacuolar Cation Channel 1

@inproceedings{Bihler2005TPK1I,
  title={TPK 1 Is a Vacuolar Ion Channel Different from the Slow-Vacuolar Cation Channel 1},
  author={Hermann Bihler and Christian Eing and Simon Hebeisen and Anja Roller and Katrin Czempinski and Adam Bertl},
  year={2005}
}
TPK1 (formerly KCO1) is the founding member of the family of two-pore domain K channels in Arabidopsis (Arabidopsis thaliana), which originally was described following expression in Sf9 insect cells as a Caand voltage-dependent outwardly rectifying plasma membrane K channel. In plants, this channel has been shown by green fluorescent protein fusion to localize to the vacuolar membrane, which led to speculations that the TPK1 gene product would be a component of the nonselective, Ca and voltage… CONTINUE READING
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