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Does the channel protein change shape to let the charged particle through? Like a carrier protein with large molecules?
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No, channel proteins allow particles through at a much greater rate than carrier proteins. Carrier proteins have a conformational change (change in tertiary structure) but channel proteins are just transmembranal proteins which don't change shape.
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Assuming you are not at university,for your level,yes that is correct.
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