Potassium ion channels: could they have evolved from viruses?


All potassium channels share a common architecture consisting of their pore module with two transmembrane domains and a conserved filter region that selects for K ions. The current view is that the plethora of complex K channels in eukaryotes evolved from a pore module precursor via gene fusions and gene duplications. Here we suggest that this pore… (More)
DOI: 10.1104/pp.113.219360


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