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Cellular Valve Structure Opens Up Potential Novel Therapies

News   May 18, 2018 | Original Story from the University of Zurich.

 
Cellular Valve Structure Opens Up Potential Novel Therapies

Structure of a volume-regulated chloride channel: The protein, which consists of six subunits, is shown as a ribbon. The position of the membrane is indicated by lines. The selectivity filter is depicted as inset (right). The positions of positively charged amino acids are indicated with (+). Credit: Raimund Dutzler, UZH.

 
 
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