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JGenPhysiol
The Journal of General Physiology publishes peer-reviewed research in physiological problems at the cellular and molecular level. Est. 1918 -
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K+ movement through the two subunits of the GIRK2 (Kir3.2) ion channel (side view). The permeating K+ ion is colored in dark purple, and other K+ ions are colored in pink. Water inside the channel pore is shown. Bernsteiner et al.
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Youxing Jiang and JGP Editor-in-Chief with the JGP awardees Yili Yin of Peking University and Pan Yang of Qingdao University at the 7th International Ion Channel Conference:
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The Lipid Chronicles Sep 19
Regulation of heart rate and the pacemaker current by phosphoinositide 3-kinase signaling ()
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JGenPhysiol Sep 20
Progress on the representation of women in JGP—Editorial by JGP Editor-in-Chief
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Dr. Sharona Gordon Sep 20
Groundbreaking work from my pal and hero Emily Liman. THIS is modern physiology.
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wojciech_kopec Sep 13
Direct knock-on found also in Kir channels. Great paper from Anna Stary-Weinzinger
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JGenPhysiol Sep 20
For we are happy to announce that JGP reviewers can now choose to showcase their contributions on and . Learn more:
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JGenPhysiol Sep 20
Through experiment and simulation, , , and colleagues reveal that pushing faster and deeper recruits more and more distant mechano-electrical transduction channels during touch
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Rockefeller U. Press Sep 18
Congratulations to for his recent paper "CapZ integrates several signaling pathways in response to mechanical stiffness"
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JGenPhysiol Sep 19
G-protein–gated inwardly rectifying K+ channels are mediators of inhibitory neurotransmission. Based on microsecond-scale molecular dynamics simulations, Bernsteiner et al. propose novel gating details that may enable K+ flux via a direct mechanism
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Rockefeller U. Press Sep 19
We support the National Day of Action in Support of Medical Research—sending our best wishes to the patients, scientists, and advocates heading to the Hill!
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JGenPhysiol Sep 19
Research News—Modeling GIRK channel conductance
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JGenPhysiol Sep 18
One year after implementing a policy to include at least one female reviewer for each manuscript, JGP Editor-in-Chief reviews the effectiveness of the strategy
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The Lipid Chronicles Sep 18
Phosphoinositides modulate the voltage dependence of two-pore channel 3 ()
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JGenPhysiol Sep 17
Bernsteiner et al. () use MD simulations to uncover new details about the mechanisms controlling K+ flux through GIRK2, a GIRK family member also known as Kir3.2. Read more in Research News:
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JGenPhysiol Sep 17
Conduction through a narrow inward-rectifier K+ channel pore
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JGenPhysiol Sep 16
Binding and structural asymmetry governs ligand sensitivity in a cyclic nucleotide–gated ion channel
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Ira KantrowitzGordon Sep 16
Journal of General Physiology is taking real steps to achieving gender equity in science
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Channelomics Sep 15
Structural Basis for Diltiazem Block of a Voltage-Gated Ca2+ [Accelerated Communication] Via
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JGenPhysiol Sep 16
A second round of congratulations for , winner of the 2018 Cranefield Postdoctoral Fellow Award for "Dynamic rearrangement of the intrinsic ligand regulates KCNH potassium channels"
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