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NaV Channels: Assaying Biosynthesis, Trafficking, Function

  • Gordon F. TomaselliEmail author
  • Federica Farinelli
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Part of the Methods in Molecular Biology book series (MIMB, volume 1722)

Abstract

Integral to the cell surface is channels, pumps, and exchanger proteins that facilitate the movement of ions across the membrane. Ion channels facilitate the passive movement of ions down an electrochemical gradient. Ion pumps actively use energy to actively translocate ions, often against concentration or voltage gradients, while ion exchangers utilize energy to couple the transport of different ion species such that one ion moves down its gradient and the released free energy is used to drive the movement of a different ion against its electrochemical gradient. Some ion pumps and exchangers may be electrogenic, i.e., the ion transport they support is not electrically neutral and generates a current. Functions of these pore-forming membrane proteins include the establishment of membrane potentials, gating of ions flows across the cell membrane to elicit action potentials and other electrical signals, as well as the regulation of cell volumes. The major forms of ion channels include voltage-, ligand-, and signal-gated channels. In this review, we describe mammalian voltage dependent Na (NaV) channels.

Key words

Ion channel Electrophysiology Stem cells Optical recording Seizure Arrhythmia 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Division of Cardiology, Department of MedicineJohns Hopkins UniversityBaltimoreUSA

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