Two types of inactivation in Shaker K+ channels: effects of alterations in the carboxy-terminal region.

Abstract

Shaker potassium channels inactivate and recover from inactivation with multiple exponential components, suggesting the presence of multiple inactivation processes. We describe two different types of inactivation in Shaker potassium channels. N-type inactivation can occur as rapidly as a few milliseconds and has been shown to involve an intracellular region… (More)

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@article{Hoshi1991TwoTO, title={Two types of inactivation in Shaker K+ channels: effects of alterations in the carboxy-terminal region.}, author={Toshinori Hoshi and William N Zagotta and Richard W. Aldrich}, journal={Neuron}, year={1991}, volume={7 4}, pages={547-56} }