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Two subclades of the CLCF-type F/H+ antiporters show differences in F/Cl selectivity.

Defective coupling between gating charge displacement and channel activation may contribute to reduced muscle excitability in hypokalemic periodic paralysis.

Comparison of the kinetics and voltage dependence of gating pore current conducted by S4 gating charge mutants supports the sliding-helix model of voltage sensor function and elucidates the pathogenic mechanisms underlying periodic paralysis syndromes.

Disease-associated mutation of charged amino acids in extracellular loop 1 of CFTR may reduce chloride flow by damaging the outer pore architecture.

The ion-binding profile in NaK2K is distinct from that in KcsA, even though the selectivity filter has been conserved.

Structural analyses identify a molecular basis for Ba2+ blockade of K+ channels.

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