Potential analytical applications of lysenin channels for detection of multivalent ions.

  title={Potential analytical applications of lysenin channels for detection of multivalent ions.},
  author={Daniel A. Fologea and Redwan Al Faori and Eric G Krueger and Yuriy I Mazur and Matt Kern and Matt Williams and Amir S. Mortazavi and Ralph Henry and Greg J Salamo},
  journal={Analytical and bioanalytical chemistry},
  volume={401 6},
Transmembrane protein transporters possessing binding sites for ions, toxins, pharmaceutical drugs, and other molecules constitute excellent candidates for developing sensitive and selective biosensing devices. Their attractiveness for analytical purposes is enhanced by the intrinsic amplification capabilities shown when the binding event leads to major changes in the transportation of ions or molecules other than the analyte itself. The large-scale implementation of such transmembrane proteins… CONTINUE READING
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