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Functional activity of peptide ion channels in tethered bilayer lipid membranes: Review
Electrochemical Science Advances
Ion transport across biomembranes plays a major role in living cells. This fundamental function is normally carried out by molecules with both a hydrophobic and a hydrophilic side (amphiphilic molecules), which aggregate within the membrane forming a hydrophilic pore (the ion channel) permitting the selective translocation of permeant ions. Countless papers report the conformation of these ion channels in lipid vesicles using several techniques, such as circular dichroism and solid-state NMRdoi:10.1002/elsa.202100180 fatcat:sjwk3q3uazbc5mwpwn2yybdy3e