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Access to the article is free, however registration and sign-in are required. Structural snapshots of transporter proteins reveal how they transport species across membranes. Transmembrane transport proteins are encoded by about 5 to 15% of genes in all genomes and are involved in numerous biological functions by mediating the movement of solutes and ions across membranes. Recent studies, including the report by Singh et al. on page 1655 of this issue (1), have provided new insights into the structure and function of an important group of transmembrane proteins.
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