A highly permeable yet highly selective pore-spanning biomimetic membrane embedded with aquaporin Z is molecularly designed and constructed via a combination of pressure-assisted vesicle adsorption and covalent-conjugation-driven vesicle fusion on a porous support. This approach represents a significant breakthrough in the architecture of biomimetic membranes embedded with aquaporin in a planar form.
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