Voltage gated sodium ion (Nav) channels are transmembrane proteins involved in neuromuscular contractions, cardiac action potentials and nerve excitation. They exist as heterodimers or heterotrimers of one α- and one or two β-subunits and nine mammalian isoforms have been identified: Nav1.1-Nav1.9. They are found in nerves, skeletal muscles, and the heart. Researchers can save up to 50% on voltage-gated sodium ion channel activators, inhibitors, and blockers from Hello Bio - they are up to half the price of other suppliers.
KC 12291 hydrochloride (HB1019)Description:
Atypical voltage-gated sodium channel blockerPurity: