By Alfred Maelicke (auth.), Alfred Maelicke (eds.)

This workshop was once the second one of this sequence hung on the island of santorini within the Cycladic Sea. the 1st one ("Mechanism of motion of the Nicotinic Acetylcholine Receptor", NATO ASI Se­ ries H, vol. 10) happened in may perhaps 1986 and considering what was once on the time the easiest studied of all neuroreceptors. This moment one, held simply years later, demonstrates the im­ mense development accomplished given that then within the box of neurorecep­ tors and ion channels. Molecular cloning concepts have now made to be had the first buildings of an entire array of ion channel proteins, and this in flip has make clear a few gen­ eral rules of the structure-function relationships of those relevant components of intercellular communique. the aim of this workshop used to be to discover the typical ele­ ments in gene and protein constitution of already cloned ion channel proteins, and to evaluate the prestige of different cloning initiatives in development. It explicitly interested by very lately released and unpublished effects. All contributors stored to those targets thereby demonstrating the very worth of such paintings­ outlets for the growth of science.

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