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Aggregation of Gap Junctions

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Gap junctions are protein oligomers that self-organize to form pores linking the interiors of adjacent cells. They are observed to aggregate in the contact region. I discuss the Braun-Abney-Owicki mechanism, which is designed to rationalize this assembly, in terms of Helfrich membrane fluctuations.

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