J Membrane Biol (2007) 217:1 DOI 10.1007/s00232-007-9070-8 IN TROD UCTIO N T. B. Woolf Received: 27 August 2007 / Accepted: 27 August 2007 / Published online: 25 October 2007 Springer Science+Business Media, LLC 2007 It is a pleasure to honor the contributions of Werner written an excellent introduction to this body of work and Loewenstein with this special issue. As many readers the connections from our authors in this special issue to the already realize, Werner was the founding editor of this founding work that Werner and his group performed. journal and through his leadership and examples, he brought I feel honored to be taking over the helm of the journal the journal to the forefront of the scientiﬁc community. as the new editor-in-chief. The transition brings new Werner has made important scientiﬁc contributions challenges and new opportunities to those of us who read throughout his career and Hiroshi kindly provided a con- the journal regularly. I welcome input from our readers as nection point between current work in the gap junction ﬁeld we make changes and hope that the journal will see con- and the contributions that Werner has made. Parmender has tinued growth and importance through the future.
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