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Abbreviation : Ca
Long Form : calcium-activated potassium current, IK
No. Year Title Co-occurring Abbreviation
2011 Cysteine residue 911 in C-terminal tail of human BK(Ca)alpha channel subunit is crucial for its activation by carbon monoxide. CO
2011 Volume regulation of murine T lymphocytes relies on voltage-dependent and two-pore domain potassium channels. RVD
2010 Inhibition of trigeminovascular dural nociceptive afferents by Ca(2+)-activated K(+) (MaxiK/BK(Ca)) channel opening. ---
2009 Odontoblast: a mechano-sensory cell. ---
2009 Rapid endocytosis provides restricted somatic expression of a K+ channel in central neurons. ---
2007 KCa3.1 Ca2+ activated K+ channels regulate human airway smooth muscle proliferation. HASM
2007 RACK1 is a BKCa channel binding protein. RACK1
2005 Fluoxetine inhibits calcium-activated currents of salamander rod photoreceptor somata and presynaptic terminals via modulation of intracellular calcium dynamics. CFTR, VRAC
1999 Functional analysis of native and recombinant ion channels using a high-capacity nonradioactive rubidium efflux assay. ---
10  1998 Reconstitution of single potassium channels from bovine gall-bladder epithelium. ---
11  1995 Comparison of the effects of fenamates on Ca-activated chloride and potassium currents in rabbit portal vein smooth muscle cells. ---
12  1994 Potassium currents in mammalian and avian isolated type I semicircular canal hair cells. 4-AP, NPR, TEA
13  1992 Adenosine modulation of potassium currents in preganglionic nerve terminals of avian ciliary ganglia. ---
14  1989 "Caged calcium" in Aplysia pacemaker neurons. Characterization of calcium-activated potassium and nonspecific cation currents. ---
15  1988 Calcium-activated inward spike after-currents in bursting neurone R15 of Aplysia. TTX
16  1987 Calcium channel currents and their inhibition by (-)-baclofen in rat sensory neurones: modulation by guanine nucleotides. DRG