Multimeric nature of voltage-gated proton channels.

@article{Koch2008MultimericNO,
  title={Multimeric nature of voltage-gated proton channels.},
  author={Hans Peter Koch and Tatsuki Kurokawa and Yoshifumi Okochi and Mari Sasaki and Yasushi Okamura and H Peter Larsson},
  journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America},
  year={2008},
  volume={105 26},
  pages={9111-6}
}
Voltage-gated potassium channels are comprised of four subunits, and each subunit has a pore domain and a voltage-sensing domain (VSD). The four pore domains assemble to form one single central pore, and the four individual VSDs control the gate of the pore. Recently, a family of voltage-gated proton channels, such as H(V) or voltage sensor only protein (VSOP), was discovered that contain a single VSD but no pore domain. It has been assumed that VSOP channels are monomeric and contain a single… CONTINUE READING
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