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July 2017

Volume 292Issue 23p9441-9857
Open Access
On The Cover: Inhaled general anesthetics are administered by vaporization, upon which they reach their site of action in the central nervous system. Study finds that they act first by partitioning into the membrane, followed by traversing a membrane-embedded tunnel, and finally binding to specific regions of ligand-gated ion channels, perturbing channel structure to modulate ion translocation. For details see the article by Arcario et al., pages 9480–9492....
On The Cover: Inhaled general anesthetics are administered by vaporization, upon which they reach their site of action in the central nervous system. Study finds that they act first by partitioning into the membrane, followed by traversing a membrane-embedded tunnel, and finally binding to specific regions of ligand-gated ion channels, perturbing channel structure to modulate ion translocation. For details see the article by Arcario et al., pages 9480–9492.

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