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Molecular basis for electrical signalling in the cardiovascular and nervous systems

Cardiac & Respiratory Physiology Cardiac & Respiratory Physiology

Organised by David Fedida and Chris Ahern, University of British Columbia, Canada

Wednesday 13 July 2011
LT1 (University Museum of Natural History)

Voltage-clamp fluorimetry has emerged as a powerful technique for relating the growing number of ion channel structures to the conformations that underlie the function of these membrane proteins, which are integral to electrical signaling in all excitable tissues. This symposium will provide an open exchange of the technical details and benefits that come with its application to channel gating and biology and will be of interest for membrane biophysicists with interests in cardiovascular, neurological, and other systems which utilize electrical.

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08.45 Welcome and introduction by the organisers
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09.00

Mechanisms of gating and modulation in voltage-dependent sodium channels

  Baron Chanda, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA
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09.30
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Voltage sensor movements in cardiac IKs channels suggest a mechanism for how KCNE1 affects KCNQ1 channels

  H Peter Larsson, University of Miami, USA
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Development of unnatural fluorescent amino acids to probe ion channel conformations

  Stephan Pless, University of British Columbia, Canada
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10.30 Refreshments
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11.15
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Fast voltage sensor movement and slow pore opening of hERG channels brought to light using Voltage-Clamp Fluorimetry

  Zeineb Es-Salah Lamoureux, University of Nantes, France
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11.45
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Accessing the intracellular compartment to examine the conformational dynamics of the Na,K-ATPase

  Robert Dempski, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, USA
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