P2X1 is a subunit in the family of ion channels activated by extracellular ATP. It has two putative transmembrane domains with intracellular N- and C-termini. P2X1 can form homomeric channels and heteromeric channels with other members of the family. It was cloned from rat vas deferens and is present in smooth muscle as well as in the central and peripheral nervous system.
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