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A collection of sites which cover all aspects of ion channel research - electrophysiology, molecular biology, protein structure, pharmacology etc.
 

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Ion Channel Links
Links to many sites concerned with ion channels - information, departments, laboratories, suppliers and databases.
Mammalian 2P domain K and background K channels
This web site focuses on the cloned 2P domain K+ channel subfamily. This site is meant to be a comprehensive resource for all cloned 2P domain potassium channels, with some references to native background channels.
The NPL - The Nuclear Physiology Lab
We study the nuclear pore function with patch-clamp and fluorescence microscopy. The study is made in transcriptionally and translationally active nuclei. This appears to be unique to our lab.
Laboratory of Cell and Molecular Signaling
A patch-clamper's haven with introduction to the lab, scientific projects and the technique proper, features patch-clamp movie and live labcam.
Electrophysiology & the molecular basis of excitabilit
The basis of excitability is explored in terms of the operation of ion channels. Simulations are based on stochastic descriptions of kinetics or are based on the solution of ordinary or partial differential equations. In all cases the interface with the user is graphical: cartoons and/or plots.

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