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Looking Inside Bacterial Floodgates

News   Apr 14, 2021 | Original story from The Rockefeller University

 
Looking Inside Bacterial Floodgates

The MSCS channel protein (pink) with its associated lipids (dark green, light green, red) embedded in a nanodisc (grey). Credit: Laboratory of Molecular Electron Microscopy/ The Rockefeller University

 
 
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