Some articles on intermediate shut, shut:
... by del Castillo Katz in 1957, in which the receptor existed in only two conformations, open and shut ... that it was realised that it was possible to detect an intermediate shut state (dubbed the "flipped" conformation), between the resting conformation and the ... stage, a reluctance to move from the resting conformation to the intermediate shut state that precedes opening ...
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