A glycophospholipid tail at the carboxyl terminus of the Thy-1 glycoprotein of neurons and thymocytes.

  title={A glycophospholipid tail at the carboxyl terminus of the Thy-1 glycoprotein of neurons and thymocytes.},
  author={Aileen Tse and A. Neil Barclay and Anthony Watts and Alan F. Williams},
  volume={230 4729},
Cell surface molecules of eukaryotic cells have been considered to be integrated into the membrane bilayer by a transmembrane protein sequence. The Thy-1 antigen of rodent thymocytes and brain was the first eukaryotic membrane molecule for which biochemical data clearly suggested membrane integration via a nonprotein tail. Direct evidence is now presented showing that a glycophospholipid structure is attached to the carboxyl-terminal cysteine residue and that 31 carboxyl-terminal amino acids… CONTINUE READING
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