The first crystal structures of bestrophin and lipid scramblase proteins cast light on how these protein families transport very different substrates across membranes, yet are both activated by calcium ions. See Articles p.207 & p.213

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Whorton, M. Calcium-activated proteins visualized. Nature 516, 176–178 (2014). https://doi.org/10.1038/nature13944

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