Nathan Dascal

Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Tel Aviv District, Israel 
potassium channel
"Nathan Dascal"
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Colombo S, Reddy HP, Petri S, et al. (2023) Epilepsy in a mouse model of GNB1 encephalopathy arises from altered potassium (GIRK) channel signaling and is alleviated by a GIRK inhibitor. Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience. 17: 1175895
Cui M, Xu K, Gada K, et al. (2022) A novel small molecule selective activator of homomeric GIRK4 channels. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 102009
Friesacher T, Reddy HP, Bernsteiner H, et al. (2022) A selectivity filter mutation provides insights into gating regulation of a K channel. Communications Biology. 5: 345
Shalomov B, Handklo-Jamal R, Reddy HP, et al. (2021) A revised mechanism of action of hyperaldosteronism-linked mutations in cytosolic domains of GIRK4 (KCNJ5). The Journal of Physiology
Reddy HP, Yakubovich D, Keren-Raifman T, et al. (2021) Encephalopathy-causing mutations in Gβ () alter regulation of neuronal GIRK channels. Iscience. 24: 103018
Berlin S, Artzy E, Handklo-Jamal R, et al. (2020) A Collision Coupling Model Governs the Activation of Neuronal GIRK1/2 Channels by Muscarinic-2 Receptors. Frontiers in Pharmacology. 11: 1216
Handklo-Jamal R, Meisel E, Yakubovich D, et al. (2020) Andersen-Tawil Syndrome Is Associated With Impaired PIP Regulation of the Potassium Channel Kir2.1. Frontiers in Pharmacology. 11: 672
Jamal RH, Shalomov B, Reddy HP, et al. (2020) Cellular and Functional Defects in Aldosteronism-linked Cytosolic Domain Mutations in GIRK4 (KCNJ5) Biophysical Journal. 118: 117a
Shalomov B, Dabbah S, Dascal N. (2020) Antiepileptic Drug Ethosuximide May Regulate Absence Seizures Through Different Ion Channels Biophysical Journal. 118: 588a
Yakubovich D, Kahanovitch U, Tabak G, et al. (2020) Gβγ Activates GIRK2 with Low-Micromolar Affinity with Distinct Activation Pattern Compared to GIRK1/2 Biophysical Journal. 118: 270a
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