Ion Channels Applications
Ion Channel Drug Discovery, Research and Screening
Ion channel dysfunction is attributed to multiple diseases and disorders including autoimmune diseases, sleeping disorders, Alzheimer disease, cystic fibrosis, trigeminal neuralgia, and various cancers.
E-protein present in the SARS-COV1 and SARS-COV2 also forms an ion channel [McClenaghan et al., 2020]
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From neurons to cancer cells, ion channels represent the second largest target for existing drugs [Overington et al., 2006] surpassed only by g-protein. With the advent of more advanced screening systems for compounds acting on ion channels, these proteins are becoming auspicious targets for the development of novel therapeutic agents