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Kv12.1 Channel

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Billings SE et al. ELKS1 and Ca(2+) channel subunit β4 interact and colocalize at cerebellar synapses.
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Cantin GT et al. Activation domain-mediator interactions promote transcription preinitiation complex assembly on promoter DNA.
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Zou A et al. Distribution and functional properties of human KCNH8 (Elk1) potassium channels.
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Pardo-López L et al. Mapping the receptor site for ergtoxin, a specific blocker of ERG channels.
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Becchetti A et al. The functional properties of the human ether-à-go-go-like (HELK2) K+ channel.
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Korolkova YV et al. An ERG channel inhibitor from the scorpion Buthus eupeus.
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Engeland B et al. Cloning and functional expression of rat ether-à-go-go-like K+ channel genes.
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