Francis Valiyaveetil

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Physiology and Pharmocology Oregon Health and Science University, Portland, OR 
 2000-2005 Rockefeller University, New York, NY, United States 
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Ion conduction and gating in K+ channels
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Reddi R, Matulef K, Riederer EA, et al. (2022) Structural basis for C-type inactivation in a Shaker family voltage-gated K channel. Science Advances. 8: eabm8804
Reddi R, Matulef K, Riederer E, et al. (2021) Structural Snapshots of Intermediates in the Gating of a K Channel. Journal of Molecular Biology. 167296
McDonald SK, Levitz TS, Valiyaveetil FI. (2019) A shared mechanism for the folding of voltage gated K+ channels. Biochemistry
Infield DT, Matulef K, Galpin JD, et al. (2018) Main-chain mutagenesis reveals intrahelical coupling in an ion channel voltage-sensor. Nature Communications. 9: 5055
Matulef K, Valiyaveetil FI. (2018) Patch-Clamp Recordings of the KcsA K(+) Channel in Unilamellar Blisters. Methods in Molecular Biology (Clifton, N.J.). 1684: 181-191
Infield DT, Matulef K, Galpin JD, et al. (2018) The Role of Backbone Hydrogen Bonds in the Voltage Sensor of K+ Channels Biophysical Journal. 114: 477a
Valiyaveetil FI. (2017) A glimpse into the C-type-inactivated state for a Potassium Channel. Nature Structural & Molecular Biology. 24: 787-788
Kratochvil HT, Maj M, Matulef K, et al. (2017) Probing the effects of gating on the ion occupancy of the K(+) channel selectivity filter using 2D IR spectroscopy. Journal of the American Chemical Society
Kratochvil HT, Carr JK, Matulef K, et al. (2016) Instantaneous ion configurations in the K+ ion channel selectivity filter revealed by 2D IR spectroscopy. Science (New York, N.Y.). 353: 1040-1044
Matulef K, Annen AW, Nix JC, et al. (2016) Individual Ion Binding Sites in the K(+) Channel Play Distinct Roles in C-type Inactivation and in Recovery from Inactivation. Structure (London, England : 1993). 24: 750-61
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