ĸ-Conotoxin PVIIA is a peptide inhibiting the Shaker K+ channel

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Publication Type Journal Article
School or College College of Science
Department Biology
Creator Olivera, Baldomero M.; Hillyard, David R.; Gray, William Robert
Other Author Shon, Ki-Joon; Stocker, Martin; Terlau, Heinrich; Stühmer, Walter; Jacobsen, Richard; Walker, Craig; Grilley, Michelle; Watkins, Maren
Title ĸ-Conotoxin PVIIA is a peptide inhibiting the Shaker K+ channel
Date 1998
Description ĸ-Conotoxin PVIIA (k-PVIIA), a 27-amino acid toxin from Conus purpurascens venom that inhibits the Shaker potassium channel, was chemically synthesized in a biologically active form. The disulfide connectivity of the peptide was determined. ĸ-Conotoxin PVIIA has the following structure.
Type Text
Publisher American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (ASBMB)
Volume 273
Issue 1
First Page 33
Last Page 38
Subject Conotoxins; k-Conotoxin PVIIA; Conus purpurascens
Subject LCSH Conus; Marine toxins; Potassium channels; Potassium -- Antagonists
Language eng
Bibliographic Citation Shon, K.-J., Stocker, M., Terlau, H., Stühmer, W., Jacobsen, R., Walker, C., Grilley, M., Watkins, M., Hillyard, D. R., Gray, W. R., & Olivera, B. M. (1998). ĸ-Conotoxin PVIIA is a peptide inhibiting the Shaker K+ channel. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 273(1), 33-8.
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