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ATP sensitive potassium (K-ATP) channels are widely expressed in many cell types including neurons. K-ATP channels are heteromeric membrane proteins thatconsist of two very different subunits: the pore-forming, two-transmembrane spanning potassium channel subunit (Kir6) and the regulatory, 17 transmembrane spanning sulphonylurea receptor (SUR). This ensemble Ð joined together in a 4:4 stoichiometry Ð endows this channel with a unique combination of functional properties. The open probability ofdoi:10.1080/09687680120483 fatcat:4tov3k224nelzmqpm4bafyuetm