i and Gβγ jointly regulate the conformations of a Gβγ effector, the neuronal G protein-activated K+ channel (GIRK)

Shai Berlin, Tal Keren-Raifman, Ruth Castel, Moran Rubinstein, Carmen W. Dessauer, Tatiana Ivanina, Nathan Dascal

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