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Ionic Selectivity in Channels: complex biology created by the balance of simple physics

By Bob Eisenberg

Rush University Medical Center and Argonne National Lab

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    Bob Eisenberg

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    Dear Ganesh, et al,

    Please drop me an email at beisenbe@rush.edu and I will be glad to explain anything I left unclear.

    I mean to reply to all emails, so if you do not receive a reply, blame a spam filter, or a mistake on my part OR phone or write me at the address below.

    Bob Eisenberg Bard Professor and Chairman Dept of Molecular Biophysics 1653 West Congress Parkway Rush University Medical Center Chicago IL 60612
    +312 9452 6467

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    Ganesh Krishna Hegde

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    Selectivity of channels was well explained. The part where it was told that the structure of the channel was not ‘assumed’ but calculated from the results of the experiment confused me a bit. There wasn’t any explanation for that…

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    Joseph M. Cychosz

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