Detecting nanodomains in living cell membrane by fluorescence correlation spectroscopy.

  title={Detecting nanodomains in living cell membrane by fluorescence correlation spectroscopy.},
  author={Hai-Tao He and Didier Marguet},
  journal={Annual review of physical chemistry},
Cell membranes actively participate in numerous cellular functions. Inasmuch as bioactivities of cell membranes are known to depend crucially on their lateral organization, much effort has been focused on deciphering this organization on different length scales. Within this context, the concept of lipid rafts has been intensively discussed over recent years. In line with its ability to measure diffusion parameters with great precision, fluorescence correlation spectroscopy (FCS) measurements… CONTINUE READING

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