A-channel


A-channel
Type of potassium-selective ion channel that is activated by depolarization but only after a preceding hyperpolarization, ie. they are inactivated at rest. Important for repetitive firing of cells at low frequencies - see Shaker mutant.

Dictionary of molecular biology. 2004.

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