Na,K-ATPase & related Cation Pumps:
Structures, Mechanisms, & Diseases
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On the Nature and Location of the pH Sensor in the Streptomyces K+ Channel. LUIS G. CUELLO and EDUARDO PEROZO, Department of Molecular Physiology,
University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia (Sponsor: Fred E. Newman).
The potassium channel from Streptomyces lividans KcsA exhibits a characteristic increase in channel activity at acidic pH (Cuello et al. 1998.
Biochemistry. 10:3229-3238). Recent studies have shown that . . . [Supported by NIH grant GM54690.]
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