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The spectral properties of the fluorescent probe laurdan (6-dodecanoyl-2-dimethylaminonaphthalene) were exploited to learn about the physical state of the lipids in the nicotinic acetylcholine(More)
The distribution of the two fluorescent phospholipid analogs across acetylcholine receptor (AChR)-rich membranes from Torpedo marmorata has been studied by a combination of nonradiative fluorescence(More)
The widely used alkaline treatment of acetylcholine-receptor (AChR)-rich membranes from Torpedo marmorata (electric fish) and Discopyge tschudii (a marine ray) results not only in the extraction of(More)