KV4 channel blocker. Blocks A-type K+ current (ISA) in mouse cerebellar granule neurons. The accessory dipeptidyl peptidase-like proteins (DPP) 6 and 10 are required for blockade.
(Modifications: X = Glp, Disulfide bridge: 8-28,13-33,17-35)
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Maffie et al (2013) Dipeptidyl-peptidase-like-proteins confer high sensitivity to the scorpion toxin AmmTX3 to Kv4-mediated A-type K+ channels. J.Physiol. 591 2419 PMID: 23440961
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