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Disease relevance of Electrophysiology


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Biological context of Electrophysiology


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Associations of Electrophysiology with chemical compounds


Gene context of Electrophysiology

  • Given the impaired electrophysiology of the InaD mutant, this novel interaction suggests that INAD functions as a regulatory subunit of the TRP Ca2+ channel [32].
  • We have investigated the potential role of Dp71, the most abundant C-terminal dystrophin gene product, in retinal electrophysiology [33].
  • Our data suggest that both Dp71 and Dp260 contribute distinct but essential roles to retinal electrophysiology [34].
  • In the present study, co-expression of the NR2A subunit and an NR1 subunit that lacks the alternatively spliced intracellular C1 cassette did not reduce the effects of ethanol on channel function as measured by patch-clamp electrophysiology [35].
  • Patch-clamp electrophysiology showed that GAPDH regulates K(ATP)-channel activity irrespective of high intracellular ATP, by producing 1,3-bisphosphoglycerate, a K(ATP)-channel opener [36].

Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of Electrophysiology


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