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Andreas Missner and Peter Pohl 110 Years of the Meyer–Overton Rule: Predicting Membrane Permeability of Gases and Other Small Compounds ChemPhysChem 10

Version of Record online: 9 JUN 2009 | DOI: 10.1002/cphc.200900270

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The transport of gaseous compounds across biological membranes (see picture) is essential in all forms of life. In this Minireview, the authors discuss recently reported violations of the well-established Meyer–Overton rule for small molecules, including carboxylic acids and gases, and show that Meyer and Overton continue to rule.

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