By Roland Benz
This primary booklet devoted to the subject relates the identified physiological services of porins to their molecular constitution and mechanism, as documented by means of numerous in vitro and in vivo equipment, together with the new release of null mutants in mice. For the 1st time, it brings jointly biophysical facts with reports played in a mobile context, proposing a unified photograph of the elemental value of porins for mobile functionality. With sixteen contributions via an interdisciplinary workforce of best porin researchers, this reference is key interpreting for each molecular or structural biologist with an curiosity during this crucial protein kin.
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