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||Method in ref is stop-flowed spectroscopy.
||P.777 right column top paragraph: "Assuming that the number of ions transported through each AcChoR [Acetyl choline receptor] channel per second is directly proportional to the bulk cation concentration, the transport rate for the reconstituted AcChoR would be lower than, but within a factor of 2 of, that for native membranes. These Numbers are within an order of magnitude of that determined for an in vivo AcChoR (≈10^7Sec^-1 primary sources 25-27). The Difference may be ascribbed to receptor inactivation, membrane potential, and the limited probability for channel opening on agonist binding (ref 30)." Primary source  studied frog, Rana pipiens