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  1. 21.
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    Karschin, A.; Brockhaus, J.; Ballanyi, K.: KATP channel formation by the sulphonylurea receptors SUR1 with Kir6.2 subunits in rat dorsal vagal neurons in situ. Journal of Physiology 509, pp. 339 - 346 (1998)
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    Kaupmann, K.; Malitschek, B.; Schuler, V.; Heid, J.; Froestl, W.; Beck, P.; Mosbacher, J.; Bischoff, S.; Kulik, A.; Shigemoto, R. et al.; Karschin, A.; Bettler, B.: GABAB receptor subtypes assemble into functional heteromeric complexes. Nature 396, pp. 683 - 687 (1998)
  3. 23.
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    Kaupmann, K.; Schuler, V.; Mosbacher, J.; Bischoff, S.; Bittiger, H.; Heid, J.; Froestl, W.; Leonhard, S.; Pfaff, T.; Karschin, A. et al.; Bettler, B.: Human GABAB receptors are differentially expressed and regulate inwardly rectifying K+ channels. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 95, pp. 14991 - 14996 (1998)
  4. 24.
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    Toepert, C.; Doering, F.; Wischmeyer, E.; Karschin, C.; Brockhaus, J.; Ballanyi, K.; Derst, C.; Karschin, A.: Kir2.4: A novel K+ inward rectifier channel associated with motoneurons of cranial nerve nuclei. Journal of Neuroscience 18, pp. 4096 - 4105 (1998)
  5. 25.
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    Wischmeyer, E.; Doering, F.; Karschin, A.: Acute suppression of inwardly rectifying Kir2.1 channels by direct tyrosine kinase phosphorylation. Journal of Biological Chemistry 273, pp. 34063 - 34068 (1998)
  6. 26.
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    Wischmeyer, E.; Karschin, A.: A novel slow hyperpolarization-activated potassium current (I-K(SHA)) from a mouse hippocampal cell line. Journal of Physiology-London 504 (3), pp. 591 - 602 (1997)
  7. 27.
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    Pfaff, T.; Karschin, A.: Expression cloning of rat cerebellar adenosine A1 receptor by coupling to Kir channels. NeuroReport 8 (11), pp. 2455 - 2460 (1997)
  8. 28.
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    Doering, F.; Wischmeyer, E.; Spauschus, A.; Dissmann, E.; Karschin, A.: Differential control by receptor stimulation of recombinant heteromeric Kir3.0 channels. Biophysical Journal 72 (2), p. WPO34 - WPO34 (1997)
  9. 29.
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    Derst, C.; Konrad, M.; Kockerling, A.; Karolyi, L.; Deschenes, G.; Daut, J.; Karschin, A.; Seyberth, H. W.: Mutations in the ROMK gene in antenatal Bartter syndrome are associated with impaired K+ channel function. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 230 (3), pp. 641 - 645 (1997)
  10. 30.
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    Karschin, C.; Ecke, C.; Ashcroft, F. M.; Karschin, A.: Overlapping distribution of K-ATP channel-forming Kir6.2 subunit and the sulfonylurea receptor SUR1 in rodent brain. FEBS Letters 401 (1), pp. 59 - 64 (1997)
  11. 31.
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    Karschin, C.; Karschin, A.: Ontogeny of inwardly K+ channel expression in the rat. Molecular and Cellular Neuroscience 10, pp. 131 - 148 (1997)
  12. 32.
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    Karschin, C.; Karschin, A.: Ontogeny of gene expression of Kir channel subunits in the rat. Molecular and Cellular Neuroscience 10 (3-4), pp. 131 - 148 (1997)
  13. 33.
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    Wischmeyer, E.; Doering, F.; Wischmeyer, E.; Spauschus, A.; Karschin, A.: A pore loop residue controls subunit assembly in G protein-activated inwardly rectifying K+ channels. Pflugers Archiv-European Journal of Physiology 433 (6 Suppl. Suppl. S), p. O106 - O106 (1997)
  14. 34.
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    Wischmeyer, E.; Doering, F.; Wischmeyer, E.; Spauschus, A.; Thomzig, A.; Veh, R. W.; Karschin, A.: Subunit interactions in the assembly of neuronal Kir3.0 inwardly rectifying K+ channels. Molecular and Cellular Neuroscience 9 (3), pp. 194 - 206 (1997)
  15. 35.
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    Dissmann, E.; Wischmeyer, E.; Spauschus, A.; von Pfeil, D.; Karschin, C.; Karschin, A.: Functional expression and cellular mRNA localization of a G protein-activated K+ inward rectifier isolated from rat brain. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 223 (2), pp. 474 - 479 (1996)
  16. 36.
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    Wischmeyer, E.; Karschin, A.: Receptor stimulation causes slow inhibition of IRK1 inwardly rectifying K+ channels by direct protein kinase A-mediated phosphorylation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 93 (12), pp. 5819 - 5823 (1996)
  17. 37.
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    Spauschus, A.; Lentes, K. U.; Wischmeyer, E.; Dissmann, E.; Karschin, C.; Karschin, A.: A G-protein-activated inwardly rectifying K+ channel (GIRK4) from human hippocampus associates with other GIRK channels. Journal of Neuroscience 16 (3), pp. 930 - 938 (1996)
  18. 38.
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    Karschin, A.: Molecular single-cell analysis identifies somatostatin type 1 (sst(1)) receptors to block inwardly rectifying K+ channels in rat brain oligodendrocytes. NeuroReport 7 (1), pp. 121 - 124 (1995)
  19. 39.
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    Wischmeyer, E.; Lentes, K. U.; Karschin, A.: Physiological and molecular characterization of an IRK-type inward rectifier K+ channel in a tumour mast cell line. Pflugers Archiv-European Journal of Physiology 429 (6), pp. 809 - 819 (1995)
  20. 40.
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    Karschin, A.; Wischmeyer, E.: Identification of G protein-regulated inwardly rectifying K+ channels in rat brain oligodendrocytes. Neuroscience Letters 183 (1-2), pp. 135 - 138 (1995)
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