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Keyword - Calcium-activated potassium channel impairing toxin (KW-1221)

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Definition

Protein which interferes with the function of calcium-activated potassium channels (KCa) which are membrane proteins forming a channel in a biological membrane selectively permeable to potassium ions and gated by intracellular calcium. They are mostly found in snake and scorpion venoms.

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Molecular function

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