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Ion Channels

Cl Channels Come into Focus

Cl– channels are involved in several physiological functions ranging from epithelial fluid regulation to skeletal muscle contractibility. They are also …

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ENaC and ASIC Channels at a Glance

The ENaC/degenerin channel superfamily comprises channels that are not voltage-gated but do involve the passage of ions, namely Na+. These …

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Ion Channels and Pain

Pain perception becomes a burden and ceases to be physiologically beneficial when the threat causing the pain is gone and …

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T-Type Ca2+ Channels

T-type Ca2+ channels are at the heart of numerous research topics such as pain and epilepsy. This paper aims at …

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