Delphine Charvolin

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Detergents classically are used to keep membrane proteins soluble in aqueous solutions, but they tend to destabilize them. This problem can be largely alleviated thanks to the use of amphipols (APols), small amphipathic polymers designed to substitute for detergents. APols adsorb at the surface of the transmembrane region of membrane proteins, keeping them(More)
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