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38e Typical traces were observed consisting of rectangular pulses of constant amplitude between open and closed states, strongly implying a channel mechanism for the tris-macrocycles. The cation fluxes (conductance) were expected to correlate with the substituent-dependent fluxes observed in the 23Na NMR studies, but in practice very little difference was seen. For an applied potential range of +60 to +140 mV, compounds 13-15 obeyed linear current-voltage relationships, and the calculated conductance was ca.
The protracted open lifetimes were similar in length to the Gokel channel formers, TM and taken together with the observed ring size-conduction relationship, would appear to be consistent with a fixed conduction pathway arising by alignment of the macrocycles, in a stable transmembrane conformation. It is interesting to note that the single-channel events recorded were only obtained within the range -70 to +70 mV, beyond which irregular activity predominated. This observation is similar to the activity of the macrocyclic peptides of Voyer et al.