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Default NMR-Based Conformational Ensembles Explain pH-Gated Opening and Closing of OmpG Channel

NMR-Based Conformational Ensembles Explain pH-Gated Opening and Closing of OmpG Channel

Tiandi Zhuang, Christina Chisholm, Min Chen and Lukas K. Tamm



Journal of the American Chemical Society
DOI: 10.1021/ja408206e




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