Inwardly rectifying (Kir)
Inwardly rectifying (Kir) channels are important to cellular excitability and K+ homeostasis. They mediate inward flow of K+ ions at hyperpolarizing membrane voltages more readily than outward flow at depolarizing voltages. Researchers can save up to 50% on inwardly rectifying (Kir) channel blockers, activators, agonists and antagonists from Hello Bio - they are around half the price of other suppliers.
PNU 37883 hydrochloride (HB1105)Description:
Selective vascular KATP channel antagonistPurity: