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Science 309 (5736): 867-

Copyright © 2005 by the American Association for the Advancement of Science

PROTEIN STRUCTURE:
A New Portrait Puts Potassium Pore in a Fresh Light

Robert F. Service

An atomic structure of a potassium channel, which is central to the firing of neurons, may settle some debates over how this critical protein operates. The results appear on pages 897 and 903 of this issue of Science.



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