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KCNQ channels mediate IKs, a slow K+ current regulating excitability in the rat node of Ranvier.

Schwarz JR, Glassmeier G, Cooper EC, Kao TC, Nodera H, Tabuena D, Kaji R, Bostock H. KCNQ channels mediate IKs, a slow K+ current regulating excitability in the rat node of Ranvier. J Physiol. 2006 May 15; 573(Pt 1):17-34.

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