Aquaporins and Peter Agre

Claymation video about aquaporins by Sophia Dudte.
A simulation of a water channel in a cell membrane, performed by The Theoretical and Biophysics Group at the NIH Center for Macromolecular Modeling and Bioinformatics.
Illustration of an aquaporin molecule. Drawn by David Goodsell.
Peter Agre talking about aquaporin channels at the National Institutes of Health
Peter Agre answering questions about his life and research
Peter Agre giving a TED Talk (2011)

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Professor of Physics at Oakland University and coauthor of the textbook Intermediate Physics for Medicine and Biology.

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Professor of Physics at Oakland University and coauthor of the textbook Intermediate Physics for Medicine and Biology.

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