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Figure 2: Effects of AMK, PCW, CUP, and M. officinalis on Kv2.1 currents. (Aa, Ba, Ca, and Da) Current–voltage relationships of Kv2.1 channel currents in the presence and absence of AMK, PCW, CUP and M. officinalis (Ab, Bb, Cb, and Db). The AMK, PCW, CUP and M. officinalis-induced inhibition of Kv2.1 channel currents were measured at the end of a 250-ms depolarizing pulse of +50 mV and normalized using the control current amplitude. AMK: Atractylodes macrocephala Koidzumi; PCW: Poria cocos Wolf; CUP: Citrus unshiu peel; M. officinalis: Magnolia officinalis Bark; Kv: Voltage-dependent K+

Figure 2: Effects of AMK, PCW, CUP, and <i>M. officinalis</i> on Kv2.1 currents. (Aa, Ba, Ca, and Da) Current–voltage relationships of Kv2.1 channel currents in the presence and absence of AMK, PCW, CUP and <i>M. officinalis</i> (Ab, Bb, Cb, and Db). The AMK, PCW, CUP and <i>M. officinalis</i>-induced inhibition of Kv2.1 channel currents were measured at the end of a 250-ms depolarizing pulse of +50 mV and normalized using the control current amplitude. AMK: <i>Atractylodes macrocephala</i> Koidzumi; PCW: <i>Poria cocos</i> Wolf; CUP: <i>Citrus unshiu</i> peel; <i>M. officinalis</i>: <i>Magnolia officinalis</i> Bark; Kv: Voltage-dependent K<sup>+</sup>