A Decade of Debate: Significance of CO$_2$ Permeation through Membrane Channels still Controversial


Active or passive? An interesting and lively discussion on the role of aquaporins and rhesus channels in the permeation of gases such as carbon dioxide across biological membranes unfolded during the Epithelial Transport Workshop, held in Strobl, Austria, from June 25–27, 2010, organized by the German Biophysical Society and the Johannes Kepler University of Linz.

Jochen Hub
Jochen Hub
Professor of Computational Biophysics