Molecular dynamics simulation of Na+ permeation through the selectivity filter of the bacterial sodium channel NavAb
Molecular dynamics simulation of Na+ permeation through the selectivity filter of the bacterial sodium channel NavAb. Sodium ions are depicted as red, green, and blue spheres, significant pore lining of
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