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Gas Channels

The previous blog post was about ammonia channels. Ammonia is a gas, and we can ask: under what conditions do cells use gas-conducting channels? When ammonia (NH3) dissolves in water it is usually converted to ammonium ion (NH4+). However, our … Continue reading

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