Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences

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April 1999

Volume 868 MOLECULAR AND FUNCTIONAL DIVERSITY OF ION CHANNELS AND RECEPTORS

Pages 1–769

  1. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa

    1. Top of page
    2. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa
    3. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part I. Na+ Channels
    4. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part I. Na+ Channels: Poster Papers
    5. MOLECULAR AND FUNCTIONAL DIVERSITY OF ION CHANNELS AND RECEPTORS
    6. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part II. Ca2+ Channels
    7. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part II. Ca2+ Channels: Poster Papers
    8. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part III. K+ Channels
    9. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part III. K+ Channels: Poster Papers
    10. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part IV. Glutamate Receptors
    11. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part IV. Glutamate Receptors: Poster Papers
    12. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part V. Nicotinic Receptors
    13. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part V. Nicotinic Receptors: Poster Papers
    14. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part VI. GABA and Glycine Receptors
    15. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part VI. GABA and Glycine Receptors: Poster Papers
    16. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part VII. Serotonin and Purinergic Receptors Cyclic Nucleotide-Gated and Pacemaker Channels
    17. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part VII. Serotonin and Purinergic Receptors Cyclic Nucleotide-Gated adn Pacemaker Channels: Poster Paper
    1. The “Psychic” Neuron of the Cerebral Cortex (pages 13–26)

      PATRICIA S. GOLDMAN-RAKIC

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb11270.x

    2. Studies on Conditional Gene Expression in the Brain (pages 27–37)

      JASNA JERECIC, FRANK SINGLE, ULI KRÜTH, HEINZ KRESTEL, ROHINI KOLHEKAR, THORSTEN STORCK, KALEV KASK, MIYOKO HIGUCHI, ROLF SPRENGEL and PETER H. SEEBURG

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb11271.x

  2. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part I. Na+ Channels

    1. Top of page
    2. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa
    3. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part I. Na+ Channels
    4. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part I. Na+ Channels: Poster Papers
    5. MOLECULAR AND FUNCTIONAL DIVERSITY OF ION CHANNELS AND RECEPTORS
    6. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part II. Ca2+ Channels
    7. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part II. Ca2+ Channels: Poster Papers
    8. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part III. K+ Channels
    9. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part III. K+ Channels: Poster Papers
    10. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part IV. Glutamate Receptors
    11. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part IV. Glutamate Receptors: Poster Papers
    12. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part V. Nicotinic Receptors
    13. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part V. Nicotinic Receptors: Poster Papers
    14. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part VI. GABA and Glycine Receptors
    15. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part VI. GABA and Glycine Receptors: Poster Papers
    16. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part VII. Serotonin and Purinergic Receptors Cyclic Nucleotide-Gated and Pacemaker Channels
    17. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part VII. Serotonin and Purinergic Receptors Cyclic Nucleotide-Gated adn Pacemaker Channels: Poster Paper
    1. Diversity of Mammalian Voltage-Gated Sodium Channels (pages 38–50)

      ALLAN L. GOLDIN

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb11272.x

    2. RNA Editing of a Drosophila Sodium Channel Gene (pages 51–66)

      CHRISTOPHER J. HANRAHAN, MICHAEL J. PALLADINO, LAURIE J. BONNEAU and ROBERT A. REENAN

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb11273.x

    3. H+-Gated Cation Channelsa (pages 67–76)

      RAINER WALDMANN, GUY CHAMPIGNY, ERIC LINGUEGLIA, JAN R. DE WEILLE, C. HEURTEAUX and MICHEL LAZDUNSKI

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb11274.x

  3. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part I. Na+ Channels: Poster Papers

    1. Top of page
    2. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa
    3. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part I. Na+ Channels
    4. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part I. Na+ Channels: Poster Papers
    5. MOLECULAR AND FUNCTIONAL DIVERSITY OF ION CHANNELS AND RECEPTORS
    6. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part II. Ca2+ Channels
    7. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part II. Ca2+ Channels: Poster Papers
    8. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part III. K+ Channels
    9. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part III. K+ Channels: Poster Papers
    10. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part IV. Glutamate Receptors
    11. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part IV. Glutamate Receptors: Poster Papers
    12. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part V. Nicotinic Receptors
    13. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part V. Nicotinic Receptors: Poster Papers
    14. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part VI. GABA and Glycine Receptors
    15. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part VI. GABA and Glycine Receptors: Poster Papers
    16. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part VII. Serotonin and Purinergic Receptors Cyclic Nucleotide-Gated and Pacemaker Channels
    17. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part VII. Serotonin and Purinergic Receptors Cyclic Nucleotide-Gated adn Pacemaker Channels: Poster Paper
    1. Identification of Voltage-Activated Na+ and K+ Channels in Human Steroid-Secreting Ovarian Cells (pages 77–79)

      A. BULLING, C. BRUCKER, U. BERG, M. GRATZL and A. MAYERHOFER

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb11275.x

    2. Cloning and Functional Analysis of the Type III Na+ Channel from Human Brain (pages 80–83)

      J. J. CLARE, T. J. DALE, X. XIE, T. C. PEAKMAN and Y. CHEN

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb11276.x

    3. Differential Distribution of Voltage-Gated Sodium Channel a- and b-Subunits in Human Brain (pages 88–92)

      W. R. J. WHITAKER, J. J. CLARE and P. C. EMSON

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb11278.x

    4. Slow Sodium Channel Inactivation in CA1 Pyramidal Cells (pages 97–101)

      TIMOTHY MICKUS, HAE-YOON JUNG and NELSON SPRUSTON

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb11280.x

  4. MOLECULAR AND FUNCTIONAL DIVERSITY OF ION CHANNELS AND RECEPTORS

    1. Top of page
    2. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa
    3. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part I. Na+ Channels
    4. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part I. Na+ Channels: Poster Papers
    5. MOLECULAR AND FUNCTIONAL DIVERSITY OF ION CHANNELS AND RECEPTORS
    6. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part II. Ca2+ Channels
    7. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part II. Ca2+ Channels: Poster Papers
    8. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part III. K+ Channels
    9. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part III. K+ Channels: Poster Papers
    10. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part IV. Glutamate Receptors
    11. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part IV. Glutamate Receptors: Poster Papers
    12. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part V. Nicotinic Receptors
    13. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part V. Nicotinic Receptors: Poster Papers
    14. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part VI. GABA and Glycine Receptors
    15. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part VI. GABA and Glycine Receptors: Poster Papers
    16. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part VII. Serotonin and Purinergic Receptors Cyclic Nucleotide-Gated and Pacemaker Channels
    17. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part VII. Serotonin and Purinergic Receptors Cyclic Nucleotide-Gated adn Pacemaker Channels: Poster Paper
  5. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part II. Ca2+ Channels

    1. Top of page
    2. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa
    3. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part I. Na+ Channels
    4. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part I. Na+ Channels: Poster Papers
    5. MOLECULAR AND FUNCTIONAL DIVERSITY OF ION CHANNELS AND RECEPTORS
    6. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part II. Ca2+ Channels
    7. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part II. Ca2+ Channels: Poster Papers
    8. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part III. K+ Channels
    9. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part III. K+ Channels: Poster Papers
    10. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part IV. Glutamate Receptors
    11. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part IV. Glutamate Receptors: Poster Papers
    12. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part V. Nicotinic Receptors
    13. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part V. Nicotinic Receptors: Poster Papers
    14. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part VI. GABA and Glycine Receptors
    15. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part VI. GABA and Glycine Receptors: Poster Papers
    16. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part VII. Serotonin and Purinergic Receptors Cyclic Nucleotide-Gated and Pacemaker Channels
    17. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part VII. Serotonin and Purinergic Receptors Cyclic Nucleotide-Gated adn Pacemaker Channels: Poster Paper
    1. α1B N-Type Calcium Channel Isoforms with Distinct Biophysical Properties (pages 118–130)

      ANTHONY STEA, STEFAN J. DUBEL and TERRY P. SNUTCH

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb11282.x

    2. Molecular Characterization of Two Members of the T-Type Calcium Channel Family (pages 131–143)

      EDWARD PEREZ-REYES, JUNG-HA LEE and LEANNE L. CRIBBS

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb11283.x

    3. Dissection of the Calcium Channel Domains Responsible for Modulation of Neuronal Voltage-Dependent Calcium Channels by G Proteins (pages 160–174)

      ANNETTE C. DOLPHIN, KAREN M. PAGE, NICHOLAS S. BERROW, GARY J. STEPHENS and CARLES CANTÍ

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb11285.x

    4. Neuronal Voltage-Activated Calcium Channels: On the Roles of the α1Eand β3 Subunits (pages 175–198)

      STEPHEN M. SMITH, ERIKA S. PIEDRAS-RENTERÌA, YOON NAMKUNG, HEE-SUP SHIN and RICHARD W. Tsien

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb11286.x

    5. Voltage-Dependent Calcium Channel Mutations in Neurological Disease (pages 199–212)

      DANIEL L. BURGESS and JEFFREY L. NOEBELS

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb11287.x

  6. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part II. Ca2+ Channels: Poster Papers

    1. Top of page
    2. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa
    3. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part I. Na+ Channels
    4. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part I. Na+ Channels: Poster Papers
    5. MOLECULAR AND FUNCTIONAL DIVERSITY OF ION CHANNELS AND RECEPTORS
    6. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part II. Ca2+ Channels
    7. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part II. Ca2+ Channels: Poster Papers
    8. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part III. K+ Channels
    9. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part III. K+ Channels: Poster Papers
    10. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part IV. Glutamate Receptors
    11. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part IV. Glutamate Receptors: Poster Papers
    12. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part V. Nicotinic Receptors
    13. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part V. Nicotinic Receptors: Poster Papers
    14. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part VI. GABA and Glycine Receptors
    15. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part VI. GABA and Glycine Receptors: Poster Papers
    16. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part VII. Serotonin and Purinergic Receptors Cyclic Nucleotide-Gated and Pacemaker Channels
    17. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part VII. Serotonin and Purinergic Receptors Cyclic Nucleotide-Gated adn Pacemaker Channels: Poster Paper
    1. Lambert-Eaton Antibodies Promote Activity-Dependent Enhancement of Exocytosis in Bovine Adrenal Chromaffin Cells (pages 213–216)

      KATHRIN L. ENGISCH, MARK M. RICH, NOAH COOK and MARTHA C. NOWYCKY

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb11288.x

    2. Quantitative Fluorescent RT-PCR Measurements of Postnatal Calcium Channel Gene Expression in Rat Hippocampal Subfields (pages 228–232)

      SHAN M. PRADHAN, SHUNDI GE, CHIEKO KURODA, JULIUS PETERS and CHARLES E. NIESEN

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb11292.x

  7. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part III. K+ Channels

    1. Top of page
    2. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa
    3. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part I. Na+ Channels
    4. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part I. Na+ Channels: Poster Papers
    5. MOLECULAR AND FUNCTIONAL DIVERSITY OF ION CHANNELS AND RECEPTORS
    6. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part II. Ca2+ Channels
    7. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part II. Ca2+ Channels: Poster Papers
    8. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part III. K+ Channels
    9. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part III. K+ Channels: Poster Papers
    10. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part IV. Glutamate Receptors
    11. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part IV. Glutamate Receptors: Poster Papers
    12. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part V. Nicotinic Receptors
    13. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part V. Nicotinic Receptors: Poster Papers
    14. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part VI. GABA and Glycine Receptors
    15. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part VI. GABA and Glycine Receptors: Poster Papers
    16. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part VII. Serotonin and Purinergic Receptors Cyclic Nucleotide-Gated and Pacemaker Channels
    17. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part VII. Serotonin and Purinergic Receptors Cyclic Nucleotide-Gated adn Pacemaker Channels: Poster Paper
    1. Molecular Diversity of K+ Channels (pages 233–255)

      WILLIAM A. COETZEE, YIMY AMARILLO, JOANNA CHIU, ALAN CHOW, DAVID LAU, TOM McCORMACK, HERMAN MORENA, MARCELA S. NADAL, ANDER OZAITA, DAVID POUNTNEY, MICHAEL SAGANICH, ELEAZAR VEGA-SAENZ DE MIERA and BERNARDO RUDY

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb11293.x

    2. Genomic Organization of Nematode 4TM K+ Channelsa (pages 286–303)

      ZHAO-WEN WANG, MAYA T. KUNKEL, AGUAN WEI, ALICE BUTLER and LAWRENCE SALKOFF

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb11294.x

    3. Contributions of Kv3 Channels to Neuronal Excitability (pages 304–343)

      BERNARDO RUDY, ALAN CHOW, DAVID LAU, YIMY AMARILLO, ANDER OZAITA, MICHAEL SAGANICH, HERMAN MORENO, MARCELA S. NADAL, RICARDO HERNANDEZ-PINEDA, ARTURO HERNANDEZ-CRUZ, ALEV ERISIR, CHRISTOPHER LEONARD and ELEAZAR VEGA-SAENZ DE Miera

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb11295.x

    4. Functional and Molecular Aspects of Voltage-Gated K+ Channel β Subunits (pages 344–355)

      OLAF PONGS, THORSTEN LEICHER, MICHAELA BERGER, JOCHEN ROEPER, ROBERT BÄHRING, DENNIS WRAY, KARL PETER GIESE, ALCINO J. SILVA and JOHAN F. STORM

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb11296.x

    5. The Eag Family of K+ Channels in Drosophila and Mammals (pages 356–369)

      BARRY GANETZKY, GAIL A. ROBERTSON, GISELA F. WILSON, MATTHEW C. TRUDEAU and STEVEN A. TITUS

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb11297.x

    6. Small-Conductance Calcium-Activated Potassium Channels (pages 370–378)

      CHRIS T. BOND, JAMES MAYLIE and JOHN P. ADELMAN

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb11298.x

    7. The Functional Role of Alternative Splicing of Ca2+-Activated K+ Channels in Auditory Hair Cells (pages 379–385)

      E.M. C. JONES, M. GRAY-KELLER, J. J. ART and R. FETTIPLACE

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb11299.x

    8. Structure, G Protein Activation, and Functional Relevance of the Cardiac G Protein-Gated K+ Channel, IKACh (pages 386–398)

      KEVIN WICKMAN, GRIGORY KRAPIVINSKY, SHAWN COREY, MATT KENNEDY, JAN NEMEC, IGOR MEDINA and DAVID E. CLAPHAM

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb11300.x

    9. Potassium Currents in Developing Neurons (pages 399–405)

      ANGELES B. RIBERA

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb11301.x

  8. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part III. K+ Channels: Poster Papers

    1. Top of page
    2. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa
    3. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part I. Na+ Channels
    4. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part I. Na+ Channels: Poster Papers
    5. MOLECULAR AND FUNCTIONAL DIVERSITY OF ION CHANNELS AND RECEPTORS
    6. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part II. Ca2+ Channels
    7. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part II. Ca2+ Channels: Poster Papers
    8. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part III. K+ Channels
    9. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part III. K+ Channels: Poster Papers
    10. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part IV. Glutamate Receptors
    11. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part IV. Glutamate Receptors: Poster Papers
    12. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part V. Nicotinic Receptors
    13. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part V. Nicotinic Receptors: Poster Papers
    14. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part VI. GABA and Glycine Receptors
    15. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part VI. GABA and Glycine Receptors: Poster Papers
    16. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part VII. Serotonin and Purinergic Receptors Cyclic Nucleotide-Gated and Pacemaker Channels
    17. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part VII. Serotonin and Purinergic Receptors Cyclic Nucleotide-Gated adn Pacemaker Channels: Poster Paper
    1. Topology of the Pore Region of an Inward Rectifier K+ Channel, Kir2.1 (pages 414–417)

      C. DART, M. L. LEYLAND, P. J. SPENCER, P. R. STANFIELD and M. J. SUTCLIFFE

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb11303.x

    2. Virus-Mediated Modification of Cellular Excitability (pages 418–422)

      DAVID C. JOHNS, EDUARDO MARBAN and H. BRADLEY NUSS

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb11304.x

    3. Functional Characterization of a Cloned Human Intermediate-Conductance Ca2+-Activated K+ Channel (pages 423–426)

      TINO DYHRING JØRGENSEN, BO SKAANING JENSEN, DORTE STRØBÆK, PALLE CHRISTOPHERSEN, SØREN-PETER OLESEN and PHILIP KIÆR AHRING

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb11305.x

    4. Probing the Potassium Channel Kvβ1/Kv1.1 Interaction Using a Random Peptide Display Library (pages 427–430)

      STEPHEN J. LOMBARDI, AMY TRUONG, PAUL SPENCE, KENNETH J. RHODES and PHILIP G. JONES

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb11306.x

    5. PKC Modulation of MinK Current Involves Multiple Phosphorylation Sites (pages 431–433)

      C. FREDERICK LO and RANDY NUMANN

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb11307.x

    6. The Role of Kir2.1 in the Genesis of Native Cardiac Inward-Rectifier K+ Currents during Pre- and Postnatal Development (pages 434–437)

      TOMOE Y. NAKAMURA, KAREN LEE, MICHAEL ARTMAN, BERNARDO RUDY and WILLIAM A. COETZEE

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb11308.x

    7. Kv2.1/Kv9.3, an ATP-Dependent Delayed-Rectifier K+ Channel in Pulmonary Artery Myocytes (pages 438–441)

      AMANDA J. PATEL, MICHEL LAZDUNSKI and ERIC HONORÉ

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb11309.x

    8. Functional Characterization of a Novel Mutation in KCNA1 in Episodic Ataxia Type 1 Associated with Epilepsy (pages 442–446)

      ALEXANDER SPAUSCHUS, LOUISE EUNSON, MICHAEL G. HANNA and DIMITRI M. KULLMANN

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb11310.x

    9. Expression of Kv1.2 Potassium Channels in Rat Sensory Ganglia: An Immunohistochemical Study (pages 454–457)

      SHIGERU YOKOYAMA, HISASHI TAKEDA and HARUHIRO HIGASHIDA

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb11313.x

    10. Effects on Ion Permeation with Hydrophobic Substitutions at a Residue in Shaker S6 That Interacts with a Signature Sequence Amino Acid (pages 458–464)

      PAUL C. ZEI, EVA M. OGIELSKA, TOSHINORI HOSHI and RICHARD W. ALDRICH

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb11314.x

  9. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part IV. Glutamate Receptors

    1. Top of page
    2. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa
    3. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part I. Na+ Channels
    4. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part I. Na+ Channels: Poster Papers
    5. MOLECULAR AND FUNCTIONAL DIVERSITY OF ION CHANNELS AND RECEPTORS
    6. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part II. Ca2+ Channels
    7. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part II. Ca2+ Channels: Poster Papers
    8. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part III. K+ Channels
    9. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part III. K+ Channels: Poster Papers
    10. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part IV. Glutamate Receptors
    11. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part IV. Glutamate Receptors: Poster Papers
    12. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part V. Nicotinic Receptors
    13. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part V. Nicotinic Receptors: Poster Papers
    14. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part VI. GABA and Glycine Receptors
    15. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part VI. GABA and Glycine Receptors: Poster Papers
    16. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part VII. Serotonin and Purinergic Receptors Cyclic Nucleotide-Gated and Pacemaker Channels
    17. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part VII. Serotonin and Purinergic Receptors Cyclic Nucleotide-Gated adn Pacemaker Channels: Poster Paper
    1. The Arrangement of Glutamate Receptors in Excitatory Synapses (pages 474–482)

      YUTAKA TAKUMI, ATSUSHI MATSUBARA, ERIC RINVIK and OLE P. OTTERSEN

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb11316.x

    2. Mice with Genetically Modified NMDA and AMPA Receptors (pages 494–501)

      ROLF SPRENGEL and FRANK N. SINGLE

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb11318.x

    3. GluRδ2 and the Development and Death of Cerebellar Purkinje Neurons in Lurcher Mice (pages 502–514)

      Nathaniel Heintz and Philip L. De Jager

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb11319.x

    4. Expression Mechanisms Underlying NMDA Receptor-Dependent Long-Term Potentiation (pages 515–525)

      R. A. NICOLL and R. C. MALENKA

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb11320.x

  10. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part IV. Glutamate Receptors: Poster Papers

    1. Top of page
    2. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa
    3. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part I. Na+ Channels
    4. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part I. Na+ Channels: Poster Papers
    5. MOLECULAR AND FUNCTIONAL DIVERSITY OF ION CHANNELS AND RECEPTORS
    6. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part II. Ca2+ Channels
    7. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part II. Ca2+ Channels: Poster Papers
    8. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part III. K+ Channels
    9. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part III. K+ Channels: Poster Papers
    10. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part IV. Glutamate Receptors
    11. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part IV. Glutamate Receptors: Poster Papers
    12. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part V. Nicotinic Receptors
    13. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part V. Nicotinic Receptors: Poster Papers
    14. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part VI. GABA and Glycine Receptors
    15. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part VI. GABA and Glycine Receptors: Poster Papers
    16. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part VII. Serotonin and Purinergic Receptors Cyclic Nucleotide-Gated and Pacemaker Channels
    17. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part VII. Serotonin and Purinergic Receptors Cyclic Nucleotide-Gated adn Pacemaker Channels: Poster Paper
    1. Activation of N-Methyl-D-Aspartate Receptors Reverses Desensitization of Metabotropic Glutamate Receptor, mGluR5, in Native and Recombinant Systems (pages 526–530)

      S. ALAGARSAMY, S T. ROUSE, R. W. GEREAU IV, S. F. HEINEMANN, Y. SMITH and P. J. CONN

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb11321.x

    2. Distribution of Group III mGluRs in Rat Basal Ganglia with Subtype-Specific Antibodies (pages 531–534)

      STEFANIA RISSO BRADLEY, DAVID G. STANDAERT, ALLAN I. LEVEY and P. JEFFREY CONN

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb11322.x

    3. Characterization, Expression, and Distribution of GRIP Protein (pages 535–540)

      HUALING DONG, PEISU ZHANG, DEZHI LIAO and RICHARD L. HUGANIR

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb11323.x

    4. ABP: A Novel AMPA Receptor Binding Protein (pages 561–564)

      S. SRIVASTAVA and E. B. ZIFF

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb11329.x

  11. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part V. Nicotinic Receptors

    1. Top of page
    2. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa
    3. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part I. Na+ Channels
    4. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part I. Na+ Channels: Poster Papers
    5. MOLECULAR AND FUNCTIONAL DIVERSITY OF ION CHANNELS AND RECEPTORS
    6. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part II. Ca2+ Channels
    7. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part II. Ca2+ Channels: Poster Papers
    8. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part III. K+ Channels
    9. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part III. K+ Channels: Poster Papers
    10. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part IV. Glutamate Receptors
    11. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part IV. Glutamate Receptors: Poster Papers
    12. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part V. Nicotinic Receptors
    13. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part V. Nicotinic Receptors: Poster Papers
    14. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part VI. GABA and Glycine Receptors
    15. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part VI. GABA and Glycine Receptors: Poster Papers
    16. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part VII. Serotonin and Purinergic Receptors Cyclic Nucleotide-Gated and Pacemaker Channels
    17. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part VII. Serotonin and Purinergic Receptors Cyclic Nucleotide-Gated adn Pacemaker Channels: Poster Paper
    1. Heteromeric Complexes of α5 and/or α7 Subunits: Effects of Calcium and Potential Role in Nicotine-Induced Presynaptic Facilitation (pages 578–590)

      R. GIROD, G. CRABTREE, G. ERNSTROM, J. RAMIREZ-LATORRE, D. McGEHEE, J. TURNER and L. ROLE

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb11331.x

    2. Nicotinic Modulation of Glutamate and GABA Synaptic Transmission in Hippocampal Neurons (pages 591–610)

      KRISTOFER A. RADCLIFFE, JANET L. FISHER, RICHARD GRAY and JOHN A. DANI

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb11332.x

  12. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part V. Nicotinic Receptors: Poster Papers

    1. Top of page
    2. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa
    3. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part I. Na+ Channels
    4. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part I. Na+ Channels: Poster Papers
    5. MOLECULAR AND FUNCTIONAL DIVERSITY OF ION CHANNELS AND RECEPTORS
    6. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part II. Ca2+ Channels
    7. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part II. Ca2+ Channels: Poster Papers
    8. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part III. K+ Channels
    9. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part III. K+ Channels: Poster Papers
    10. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part IV. Glutamate Receptors
    11. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part IV. Glutamate Receptors: Poster Papers
    12. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part V. Nicotinic Receptors
    13. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part V. Nicotinic Receptors: Poster Papers
    14. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part VI. GABA and Glycine Receptors
    15. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part VI. GABA and Glycine Receptors: Poster Papers
    16. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part VII. Serotonin and Purinergic Receptors Cyclic Nucleotide-Gated and Pacemaker Channels
    17. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part VII. Serotonin and Purinergic Receptors Cyclic Nucleotide-Gated adn Pacemaker Channels: Poster Paper
    1. Development of a Novel Class of Subtype-Selective Nicotinic Receptor Antagonist: Pyridine-N-Substituted Nicotine Analogs (pages 617–619)

      LINDA P. DWOSKIN, LINCOLN H. WILKINS, JAMES R. PAULY and PETER A. CROOKS

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb11334.x

    2. Desensitization of Nicotinic Receptors in the Central Nervous System (pages 620–623)

      C. P. FENSTER, J. H. HICKS, M. L. BECKMAN, P.J. O. COVERNTON, M. W. QUICK and R.A. J. LESTER

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb11335.x

    3. Nicotinic Receptor Subunit mRNA Expression in Dopaminergic Neurons of the Rat Brain (pages 633–635)

      FRÉDÉRIC SGARD, ERIC CHARPANTIER, PASCAL BARNÉOUD and FRANÇOIS BESNARD

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb11338.x

    4. Physostigmine and Atropine Potentiate and Inhibit Neuronal α4β4 Nicotinic Receptors (pages 636–639)

      R. ZWART, R. G. D. M. VAN KLEEF and H. P. M. VIJVERBERG

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb11339.x

    5. The Long Cytoplasmic Loop of the a3 Subunit Targets Specific nAChR Subtypes to Synapses on Neurons in Vivo (pages 640–644)

      BRIAN M. WILLIAMS, MURALI KRISHNA TEMBURNI, SONIA BERTRAND, DANIEL BERTRAND and MICHELE H. JACOB

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb11340.x

  13. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part VI. GABA and Glycine Receptors

    1. Top of page
    2. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa
    3. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part I. Na+ Channels
    4. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part I. Na+ Channels: Poster Papers
    5. MOLECULAR AND FUNCTIONAL DIVERSITY OF ION CHANNELS AND RECEPTORS
    6. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part II. Ca2+ Channels
    7. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part II. Ca2+ Channels: Poster Papers
    8. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part III. K+ Channels
    9. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part III. K+ Channels: Poster Papers
    10. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part IV. Glutamate Receptors
    11. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part IV. Glutamate Receptors: Poster Papers
    12. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part V. Nicotinic Receptors
    13. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part V. Nicotinic Receptors: Poster Papers
    14. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part VI. GABA and Glycine Receptors
    15. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part VI. GABA and Glycine Receptors: Poster Papers
    16. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part VII. Serotonin and Purinergic Receptors Cyclic Nucleotide-Gated and Pacemaker Channels
    17. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part VII. Serotonin and Purinergic Receptors Cyclic Nucleotide-Gated adn Pacemaker Channels: Poster Paper
    1. Molecular and Functional Diversity of the Expanding GABA-A Receptor Gene Family (pages 645–653)

      PAUL J. WHITING, TIMOTHY P. BONNERT, RUTH M. MCKERNAN, SOPHIE FARRAR, BEATRICE LE BOURDELLES, ROBERT P. HEAVENS, DAVID W. SMITH, LOUISE HEWSON, MICHAEL R. RIGBY, DALIP J. S. SIRINATHSINGHJI, SALLY A. THOMPSON and KEITH A. WAFFORD

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb11341.x

    2. Activity-Dependent Regulation of GABAA Receptors (pages 654–666)

      SILKE PENSCHUCK, JACQUES PAYSAN, OLIVIA GIORGETTA and JEAN-MARC FRITSCHY

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb11342.x

    3. Structure and Functions of Inhibitory and Excitatory Glycine Receptors (pages 667–676)

      HEINRICH BETZ, JOCHEN KUHSE, VOLKER SCHMIEDEN, BODO LAUBE, JOACHIM KIRSCH and ROBERT J. HARVEY

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb11343.x

  14. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part VI. GABA and Glycine Receptors: Poster Papers

    1. Top of page
    2. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa
    3. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part I. Na+ Channels
    4. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part I. Na+ Channels: Poster Papers
    5. MOLECULAR AND FUNCTIONAL DIVERSITY OF ION CHANNELS AND RECEPTORS
    6. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part II. Ca2+ Channels
    7. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part II. Ca2+ Channels: Poster Papers
    8. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part III. K+ Channels
    9. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part III. K+ Channels: Poster Papers
    10. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part IV. Glutamate Receptors
    11. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part IV. Glutamate Receptors: Poster Papers
    12. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part V. Nicotinic Receptors
    13. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part V. Nicotinic Receptors: Poster Papers
    14. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part VI. GABA and Glycine Receptors
    15. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part VI. GABA and Glycine Receptors: Poster Papers
    16. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part VII. Serotonin and Purinergic Receptors Cyclic Nucleotide-Gated and Pacemaker Channels
    17. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part VII. Serotonin and Purinergic Receptors Cyclic Nucleotide-Gated adn Pacemaker Channels: Poster Paper
    1. Regulation of Glycine Transport in Cultured Müller Cells by Ca2+/Calmodulin-Dependent Enzymes (pages 685–688)

      ANA MARÍA LOPEZ-COLOMÉ and ANA GADEA

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb11346.x

    2. Processing of GABABR1 in Heterologous Expression Systems (pages 689–692)

      J. MOSBACHER, K. KAUPMANN, V. SCHULER, D. RISTIG, K. STRUCKMEYER, T. PFAFF, A. KARSCHIN, M. F. POZZA and B. BETTLER

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb11347.x

    3. Postsynaptic Colocalization of Gephyrin and GABAA Receptors (pages 693–696)

      MARCO SASSOÈ-POGNETTO, MAURIZIO GIUSTETTO, PATRIZIA PANZANELLI, DARIO CANTINO, JOACHIM KIRSCH and JEAN-MARC FRITSCHY

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb11348.x

    4. Structural Requirements for the Interaction of Unsaturated Free Fatty Acids with Recombinant Human GABAA Receptor Complexes (pages 697–700)

      MICHAEL-ROBIN WITT, CLAUS FOG POULSEN, BIRTHE LÜKENSMEJER, SVEND ERIK WESTH-HANSEN, JUNICHI NABEKURA, NORIO AKAIKE and MOGENS NIELSEN

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb11349.x

  15. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part VII. Serotonin and Purinergic Receptors Cyclic Nucleotide-Gated and Pacemaker Channels

    1. Top of page
    2. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa
    3. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part I. Na+ Channels
    4. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part I. Na+ Channels: Poster Papers
    5. MOLECULAR AND FUNCTIONAL DIVERSITY OF ION CHANNELS AND RECEPTORS
    6. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part II. Ca2+ Channels
    7. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part II. Ca2+ Channels: Poster Papers
    8. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part III. K+ Channels
    9. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part III. K+ Channels: Poster Papers
    10. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part IV. Glutamate Receptors
    11. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part IV. Glutamate Receptors: Poster Papers
    12. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part V. Nicotinic Receptors
    13. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part V. Nicotinic Receptors: Poster Papers
    14. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part VI. GABA and Glycine Receptors
    15. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part VI. GABA and Glycine Receptors: Poster Papers
    16. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part VII. Serotonin and Purinergic Receptors Cyclic Nucleotide-Gated and Pacemaker Channels
    17. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part VII. Serotonin and Purinergic Receptors Cyclic Nucleotide-Gated adn Pacemaker Channels: Poster Paper
    1. 5-HT Receptor Knockout Mice: Pharmacological Tools or Models of Psychiatric Disorders (pages 701–715)

      K. SCEARCE-LEVIE, J.-P. CHEN, E. GARDNER and R. HEN

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb11350.x

    2. Functional and Molecular Diversity of Purinergic Ion Channel Receptors (pages 716–729)

      A. B. MACKENZIE, A. SURPRENANT and A. B. NORTH

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb11351.x

    3. Cyclic Nucleotide-Gated Channels: Molecular Mechanisms of Activation (pages 730–740)

      MARIE-CHRISTINE BROILLET and STUART FIRESTEIN

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb11352.x

  16. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part VII. Serotonin and Purinergic Receptors Cyclic Nucleotide-Gated adn Pacemaker Channels: Poster Paper

    1. Top of page
    2. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa
    3. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part I. Na+ Channels
    4. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part I. Na+ Channels: Poster Papers
    5. MOLECULAR AND FUNCTIONAL DIVERSITY OF ION CHANNELS AND RECEPTORS
    6. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part II. Ca2+ Channels
    7. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part II. Ca2+ Channels: Poster Papers
    8. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part III. K+ Channels
    9. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part III. K+ Channels: Poster Papers
    10. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part IV. Glutamate Receptors
    11. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part IV. Glutamate Receptors: Poster Papers
    12. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part V. Nicotinic Receptors
    13. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part V. Nicotinic Receptors: Poster Papers
    14. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part VI. GABA and Glycine Receptors
    15. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part VI. GABA and Glycine Receptors: Poster Papers
    16. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part VII. Serotonin and Purinergic Receptors Cyclic Nucleotide-Gated and Pacemaker Channels
    17. Molecular and Functional Diversity of Ion Channels and Receptorsa: Part VII. Serotonin and Purinergic Receptors Cyclic Nucleotide-Gated adn Pacemaker Channels: Poster Paper

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