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Fluorescent-Labeled Toxins

Inward Rectifier K+ Channels

Inwardly rectifying K+ (Kir) channels have diverse physiological functions depending on their type and their location. To date, 15 Kir subunit genes have been identified and classified into seven subfamilies (Kir1 to Kir7). These subfamilies can be categorized into four functional groups: 1) classical Kir channels (Kir2.x), 2) G-protein gated Kir channels (Kir3.x), 3) ATP-sensitive K+ channels (Kir6.x), and 4) K+-transport channels (Kir1.x, Kir4.x, Kir5.x, and Kir7.x).

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  • Tertiapin-Q-ATTO Fluor-488

    An Inward Rectifier K+ Channel Blocker Conjugated to the Fluorescent Dye ATTO-488

    Cat # STT-170-AG
    MW 3195.5 Da.
    Target Kir1.1, Kir3.2 Kchannels
    • Bioassay Tested
  • Tertiapin-Q-ATTO Fluor-633

    An Inward Rectifier K+ Channel Blocker Conjugated to the Fluorescent Dye ATTO-633

    Cat # STT-170-FR
    MW 3159.6 Da.
    Target Kir1.1, Kir3.2 Kchannels
    • Bioassay Tested

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