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Solution structure of ShK toxin, a novel potassium channel inhibitor from a sea anemone

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The first structure of a sea anemone potassium channel toxin reveals how a novel structural scaffold can be used to present key functional groups for channel blockade.

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  1. NMR Laboratory, Biomolecular Research Institute, 381 Royal Parade, Parkville, 3052, Australia

    • Jane E. Tudor
    • , Paul K. Pallaghy
    •  & Raymond S. Norton
  2. Bachem Bioscience Inc., 3700 Horizon Drive, King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, 19406, USA

    • Michael W. Pennington

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