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egl-36  -  Protein EGL-36

Caenorhabditis elegans

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  • The mutant egl-36 phenotypes can thus be explained by expression in these cells of potassium channels that are inappropriately opened at hyperpolarized potentials, causing decreased excitability due to increased potassium conductance [1].
  • In Xenopus oocytes, wild-type egl-36 expresses noninactivating channels with slow activation kinetics [1].


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