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Effect of two amino acids in TM17 of Sulfonylurea receptor SUR1 on the binding of ATP-sensitive K+ channel modulators

Effect of two amino acids in TM17 of Sulfonylurea receptor SUR1 on the binding of ATP-sensitive K+ channel modulators

Diabetes 53 Suppl 3: S128-S134

The sulfonylurea receptor (SUR) is the important regulatory subunit of ATP-sensitive K+ channels. It is an ATP-binding cassette protein comprising 17 transmembrane helices. SUR is endowed with binding sites for channel blockers like the antidiabetic sulfonylurea glibenclamide and for the chemically very heterogeneous channel openers. SUR1, the typical pancreatic SUR isoform, shows much higher affinity for glibenclamide but considerably lower affinity for most openers than SUR2.

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PMID: 15561900

DOI: 10.2337/diabetes.53.suppl_3.S128

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