Skeletal muscle ryanodine receptor channels are activated by the fungal metabolite, gliotoxin
Interactions between the reactive disulfide fungal metabolite, gliotoxin (GTX), and rabbit skeletal ryanodine receptor (RyR) calcium release channels have been examined. RyRs in terminal cisternae vesicles formed a covalent complex with 100 μM35S-GTX, wh
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