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Cellular Physiology and Biochemistry (1997) 7 (3-4): 188–202.
Published Online: 04 September 2008
... Biochem 1997;7:188-202 JosA.H. Verheugen Laboratoire de Neurobiologie Cellulaire et Moléculaire, in s e r m U261, institut Pasteur, Paris, France Contribution of Ca2+-Activated K+Channels to the Enhancement of t h e «S%GCond ary Irnmunß nResponse Key Words Ca2+-activatcd potassium channel Charybdotoxin...
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Cellular Physiology and Biochemistry (1997) 7 (3-4): 179–187.
Published Online: 04 September 2008
... is their pharmacology regarding peptide toxins like apamin, scyllatoxin, charybdotoxin, as well as other blockers like TEA + . SKc TX and SKapa channels show minor differences in Ba 2+ sensitivity, induction time course, selectivity, and single-channel conductance. All these properties together should allow a better...
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Cellular Physiology and Biochemistry (1999) 9 (3): 126–132.
Published Online: 08 September 1999
... blocker charybdotoxin (CTX). Locomotion of both cell types is inhibited by K + channel blockade. CTX slows down migration of fibroblasts and of melanoma cells dose-dependently by up to 61 ± 11%. These findings suggest that K + channel activity is a general prerequisite for migration. To determine whether...