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AbstractIon channel proteins form water-filled nanoscale pores within lipid bilayers and their properties are dependent on the complex behavior of water in a nano-confined environment. Using the pore of the 5HT3 receptor (5HT3R) we compare additive with polarizable models in describing the behavior of water in nanopores. Molecular Dynamics simulations were performed with four conformations of the channel: two closed state structures, an intermediate state, and an open state, each embedded in adoi:10.1101/2020.03.01.971853 fatcat:6hxxllrf4vck7afnaemwkea4em