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SK3 Floxed Allele Mice (SK3 Null Mice)
Technology Overview In excitable cells, small-conductance Ca2+-activated potassium channels (SK channels) are responsible for the slow after-hyperpolarization that often follows an action potential. Three SK channel subunits have been molecularly characterized. These channels are found in many types of neurons as well as in some other cell types. ...
Published: 1/28/2010   |   Inventor(s): John Adelman, Chris Bond, James Maylie
Keywords(s): Biological Materials, Biological Materials - Mice, Research Tools, Research Tools - Screening
Category(s): Biological Materials
Small-Conductance CA2+-Activated Potassium Channel 2 (SK2) Transgenic Mice
Technology OverviewIn excitable cells, small-conductance Ca2+-activated potassium channels (SK channels) are responsible for the slow after-hyperpolarization that often follows an action potential. Three SK channel subunits have been molecularly characterized. These channels are found in many types of neurons as well as in some other cell types. I...
Published: 1/28/2010   |   Inventor(s): John Adelman, Chris Bond, James Maylie
Keywords(s): Biological Materials, Biological Materials - Mice, Research Tools, Research Tools - Screening
Category(s): Biological Materials
Small-Conductance CA2+-Activated Potassium Channel 1 (SK1) Transgenic Mice
Technology OverviewIn excitable cells, small-conductance Ca2+-activated potassium channels (SK channels) are responsible for the slow after-hyperpolarization that often follows an action potential. Three SK channel subunits have been molecularly characterized. These channels are found in many types of neurons as well as in some other cell types. I...
Published: 1/28/2010   |   Inventor(s): John Adelman, Chris Bond, James Maylie
Keywords(s): Biological Materials, Biological Materials - Mice, Research Tools, Research Tools - Screening
Category(s): Biological Materials
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