ion channel


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ion channel

[′ī‚än ¦chan·əl]
(biophysics)
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The drug will likely be the first ion channel modulator for IBD.
His extensive pharmaceutical CRO industry experience, deep technical understanding of the ion channel field and strong management skills made him the ideal candidate for this new leadership role.
Columbia University biomedical researchers have captured close-up views of TRPV3, a skin-cell ion channel that plays important roles in sensing temperature, itch, and pain.
The action potential (AP) and ion channel currents were measured by standard patch clamp recording techniques in the whole-cell configuration.
Keywords: Autapse, channel blocking, ion channel noise, small-world neuronal netwoks.
The annular beam expels the plasma electron continuously and forms an ion channel with radius c in the background plasma.
Voilley, "Silencing acid-sensing ion channel 1a alters cone-mediated retinal function," Journal of Neuroscience, vol.
In this paper, we will compare the performance of several different machine learning algorithms in the prediction of ion channel types of conotoxin.
Combining Metrion's ion channel contract research services and assay development with Axiogenesis iPSC-derived cells will provide a source of validated stem cell-derived neurotoxicology and CiPA-compliant cardiac safety assay and screening services for predictive toxicology and translational drug discovery.
TetraGenetics uses proprietary technology (TetraExpress) to produce ion channel proteins in membrane preparations and in purified form for use in antibody discovery, structural biology and small molecule screening programs.
Clapham, "TRP-PLIK, a bifunctional protein with kinase and ion channel activities," Science, vol.