Lise Heginbotham

Weill Cornell Medical College, New York, NY, United States 
General Biophysics, Biochemistry
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Clayton GM, Altieri S, Heginbotham L, et al. (2008) Structure of the transmembrane regions of a bacterial cyclic nucleotide-regulated channel. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 105: 1511-5
Silverman WR, Heginbotham L. (2007) The MlotiK1 channel transports ions along the canonical conduction pore. Febs Letters. 581: 5024-8
Faraldo-Gómez JD, Kutluay E, Jogini V, et al. (2007) Mechanism of intracellular block of the KcsA K+ channel by tetrabutylammonium: insights from X-ray crystallography, electrophysiology and replica-exchange molecular dynamics simulations. Journal of Molecular Biology. 365: 649-62
Kutluay E, Roux B, Heginbotham L. (2005) Rapid intracellular TEA block of the KcsA potassium channel. Biophysical Journal. 88: 1018-29
Clayton GM, Silverman WR, Heginbotham L, et al. (2004) Structural basis of ligand activation in a cyclic nucleotide regulated potassium channel. Cell. 119: 615-27
Heginbotham L, Kutluay E. (2004) Revisiting voltage-dependent relief of block in ion channels: a mechanism independent of punchthrough. Biophysical Journal. 86: 3663-70
Choi H, Heginbotham L. (2004) Functional influence of the pore helix glutamate in the KcsA K+ channel. Biophysical Journal. 86: 2137-44
Irizarry SN, Kutluay E, Drews G, et al. (2002) Opening the KcsA K+ channel: tryptophan scanning and complementation analysis lead to mutants with altered gating. Biochemistry. 41: 13653-62
LeMasurier M, Heginbotham L, Miller C. (2001) KcsA: it's a potassium channel. The Journal of General Physiology. 118: 303-14
Heginbotham L, LeMasurier M, Kolmakova-Partensky L, et al. (1999) Single streptomyces lividans K(+) channels: functional asymmetries and sidedness of proton activation. The Journal of General Physiology. 114: 551-60
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