Handbook of Membrane Channels: Molecular and Cellular Physiology
Academic Press, Dec 2, 2012 - Science - 591 pages
This handbook provides a thorough account of recent directions in membrane channel research. Each subject is covered in terms of channel biophysics, pharmacology, and molecular biology. The introductory chapter reviews methodologies of molecular biology currently used for studying molecular structure and function of membrane channels and specific domains in channel proteins.
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