Voltage gating of conductance in lipid bilayers induced by porin from outer membrane of Neisseria gonorrhoeae.


Porins, polypeptides of approximately 35 kDa, are present as integral membrane proteins in the outer membranes of a variety of Gram-negative bacteria. As reported previously for a purified porin from Escherichia coli, voltage gating of conductance was found to be induced in a lipid bilayer by the solubilized purified porin, protein I, from Neisseria… (More)


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