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NALCN forms a voltage-independent, nonselective, noninactivating cation channel permeable to Na+, K+, and Ca(2+). Additionally we are shipping NALCN Proteins (4) and many more products for this protein.
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UNC80 (show UNC80 Antibodies) bridges between UNC79 and the cation channel (show TRPV1 Antibodies) NALCN.
Study identified a de novo missense mutation in NALCN, c.1768C>T, in an infant with a severe neonatal lethal form of the recently characterized congenital contractures of the limbs and face with hypotonia and developmental delay. Clinical phenotype and electrophysiologic studies show sustained muscular contraction in response to transient sensory stimuli.
The present data support previous work suggesting heterozygous NALCN mutations lead to syndromic neurodevelopmental impairment.
Our patients broaden the clinical spectrum associated with recessive mutations in NALCN, featuring also disrupted respiratory rhythm mimicking homozygous Nalcn knockout mice.
Ohmic leak currents were identified in freshly isolated and cultured myometrial smooth muscle cells. NALCN contributes to this current. Uterine biopsies from term, non-laboring women revealed NALCN messenger RNA and protein expression in the myometrium.
UNC80 encodes a large protein that is necessary for the stability and function of NALCN and for bridging NALCN to UNC79 to form a functional complex
We used exome and targeted next-generation sequencing to identify de novo mutations in NALCN as the cause of a newly delineated condition, CLIFAHDD syndrome.
This study found a plausible association, though not statistically confirmed, of cervical dystonia with SNPs in the NALCN region.
NALCN is the gene responsible for INAD (show INADL Antibodies) with facial dysmorphism
Two mutations, one missense and one nonsense, in NALCN in two unrelated families.
The authors discovered that substantia nigra pars (show EPRS Antibodies) reticulata neurons express the sodium leak channel, NALCN, and that neurons lacking NALCN have impaired spontaneous firing. In addition, NALCN is involved in the modulation of excitability by changes in glycolysis and by activation of muscarinic acetylcholine receptors.
We show here that Nalcn, a unique channel that generates "leak" sodium currents, regulates excitability and neuromodulation of RTN neurons and CO2-stimulated breathing. Thus, this work defines a specific function for this enigmatic channel in an important physiological context.
results substantiate the use of a forward-genetics approach for studying sleep behaviours in mice, and demonstrate the role of SIK3 and NALCN in regulating the amount of NREMS and REMS, respectively
NALCN is involved in the substance P (show TAC1 Antibodies)-induced depolarization of intestinal pacemaking activity in interstitial cells of Cajal.
Study demonstrates that Nalcn associates with serum sodium concentrations in mice and indicates that Nalcn is an important novel player in osmoregulation.
NALCN ion channel is a new actor in pancreatic beta-cell physiology.
Therefore, extracellular Ca(2+) influences neuronal excitability through the unc-79 homolog modifier of locomotor activity 3-unc-80 homolog (C. elegans) protein-non-selective protein voltage gated channel like 1 complex in a G protein-dependent fashion
Unlike any of the other 20 family members, NALCN forms a voltage-independent, nonselective cation channel (show TRPV1 Antibodies); NALCN mutant mice have a severely disrupted respiratory rhythm and die within 24 hours of birth.
findings identify NALCN as the cation channel activated by substance P receptor, and suggest that UNC-80 and Src family kinases, rather than a G protein, are involved in the coupling from receptor to channel
NALCN forms a voltage-independent, nonselective, noninactivating cation channel permeable to Na+, K+, and Ca(2+). It is responsible for the neuronal background sodium leak conductance (Lu et al., 2007
sodium leak channel, non-selective
, voltage gated channel like 1
, sodium leak channel non-selective protein
, four repeat voltage-gated ion channel
, voltage gated channel-like protein 1
, brain voltage-gated cation channel
, four domain-type voltage-gated ion channel alpha-1 subunit