Two research teams have captured snapshots of the influenza virus's membrane-bound hydrogen-ion channel, which is essential for infection and virulence. Their findings agree on the basics, but differ in details.
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Miller, C. Coughing up flu's proton channels. Nature 451, 532–533 (2008). https://doi.org/10.1038/451532a