Three Computational Methods for Studying Permeation, Selectivity and Dynamics in Biological Ion Channels
The cell membrane, confining some ions and molecules on one side and exchanging others with the other side, is the ultimate unit of the physiology of life. The delicate task of regulating the transport of ions across the membrane is carried out by biological nanotubes called 'ion channels'. Recently, there have been enormous strides in our understanding of the structure-function relationships of biological ion channels. The molecular structures of several ion channels have been determined from...[Show more]
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