Organic compounds -- part of the class 532-570 series – Organic compounds – Carbohydrates or derivatives
536 235, C07H 2102, C07H 2104
This invention relates to DNA and protein compositions useful in the diagnosis and treatment of diabetes, heart disease and skeletal muscle disease. More specifically, this invention relates to DNA and protein compositions for ATP-sensitive potassium channel proteins, and methods of using these compositions.
patent: 5356775 (1994-10-01), Hebert et al.
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Adelman John P.
Ashford Michael J.
Bond Chris T.
Campbell Eggerton A.
Oregon Health & Sciences University
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