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AbstractNeuronal KCNQ channels mediate the muscarine-regulated M-current, a key regulator of membrane excitability in the central and peripheral nervous systems. Mutations in KCNQ2 channels cause severe neurodevelopmental disorders, including epileptic encephalopathies. However, the impact that mutations have on channel function remain poorly defined, largely because of our limited understanding of the voltage sensing mechanisms that trigger channel gating. Here, we present measurements ofdoi:10.1101/2022.01.19.476944 fatcat:fzmtwfy65rdadaz32ztyyzelmm