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Signaling by Ion Channels: Pathways, Dynamics and Channelopathies.

Charged ions and ion channels play a critical role in regulating the electrical activities of excitable cells. This review discusses the principles of ion channel regulation in the time domain, as well as the diseases that can arise from channel dysfunction and disturbances in ionic balance. Ion channel signaling is a dynamic process that is essential for various physiological functions, including pain sensation, motor control, and the body's response to stress, such as fight-or-flight response.

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