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Kathiresan Natarajan, Nuriya Mukhtasimova, Jeremías Corradi, Matías Lasala, Cecilia Bouzat, Steven M. Sine
The α7 nicotinic acetylcholine receptor (nAChR) is highly abundant in the brain but is frequently located at extra-synaptic regions where the concentration of ACh is low. Natarajan et al. reveal that at low ACh concentrations, calcium potentiates α7 channel opening by binding to a novel structural motif.
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Alessandro Porro, Anna Binda, Matteo Pisoni, Chiara Donadoni, Ilaria Rivolta, Andrea Saponaro
The gating of neuronal HCN channels is modulated by the competitive binding of cAMP and TRIP8b, a brain-specific protein that also controls channel trafficking. Porro et al. identify a rational mutation in HCN channels that affects binding of TRIP8b, without altering cAMP affinity or TRIP8b-dependent trafficking. The mutation represents a valuable tool to investigate HCN channels in vivo.
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Joseph L. Dynes, Andriy V. Yeromin, Michael D. Cahalan
The authors use a fluorescent genetically encoded Ca2+ indicator, GCaMP6f, fused to Orai1 to visualize Ca2+ influx through store-operated Orai1 channels. Combined with whole-cell recording of transfected human cells, this reporter reveals heterogeneity of channel activation and kinetics in STIM1-Orai1 puncta within the same cell.
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Pietro Ridone, Elvis Pandzic, Massimo Vassalli, Charles D. Cox, Alexander Macmillan, Philip A. Gottlieb, Boris Martinac
The essential mammalian mechanosensitive channel PIEZO1 organizes in the plasma membrane into nanometric clusters that depend on the integrity of cholesterol domains to rapidly detect applied force and especially inactivate synchronously, the most commonly altered feature of PIEZO1 in pathology.
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Colin H. Peters, Abeline R. Watkins, Olivia L. Poirier, Peter C. Ruben
Inheritable and de novo variants of voltage-gated sodium channels that lead to sudden cardiac death can affect several different aspects of channel function, making pharmaceutical treatment difficult. Peters et al. show that the E1784K mutant in Nav1.5 alters channel function through two distinct and separable mechanisms.
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Felix Neumaier, Serdar Alpdogan, Jürgen Hescheler, Toni Schneider
Neumaier et al. reveal that Zn2+ effects on Cav2.3 channels are complex, can be either inhibitory or stimulatory, and may persist for several minutes after cessation of the Zn2+ signal. A Markov model is developed that can account for Cav2.3 channel currents in the absence and presence of physiological Zn2+ concentrations.
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Morag K. Mansley, Christian Niklas, Regina Nacken, Kathrin Mandery, Hartmut Glaeser, Martin F. Fromm, Christoph Korbmacher, Marko Bertog
In murine cortical collecting duct cells, prostaglandin E2 (PGE2) stimulates transepithelial sodium transport mediated by the epithelial sodium channel (ENaC). PGE2 is synthesized and secreted by the cells and acts on basolateral prostaglandin E receptor type 4 (EP4).

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