HHMI researchers are unveiling the most detailed views yet of the structure of a voltage-dependent potassium ion channel.
HHMI researchers are unveiling the first detailed view of the architecture of a natural "transistor" that ensures the proper flow of potassium ions in cells.
HHMI investigator Roderick MacKinnon honored for landmark studies of ion channel architecture.
HHMI researchers provide a detailed view of voltage-dependent potassium channels.
HHMI researchers show how potassium channels open.
Long-awaited images reveal an entirely new type of protein architecture.
HHMI researchers have discovered how potassium channels can slam shut.
HHMI researchers solve the crystal structure of the cytoplasmic-facing portion of a potassium ion channel.
Complex mathematical analysis reveals how potassium is allowed to travel across the cell membrane.
For nearly 50 years, scientists have wondered what a potassium channel looks like. Now, an HHMI research team at The Rockefeller University unveils the channel's surprising architecture.