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MyBPC: A muscle protein for all seasons.

As the urinary bladder fills, the rate of rise (but not the frequency) of spontaneous contractions of smooth muscle in the bladder wall increases, thereby eliciting increased afferent nerve activity that signals the fullness of the bladder.

Researchers identify regions of tissue-specific γ subunits that are responsible for regulating the activity of calcium-activated potassium channels.

Methods and Approaches

A fluorescence-based screen was used to analyze 70 LAT transporter mutants and identify variants with improved stability and monodispersity.

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