Empirical lipid propensities of amino acid residues in multispan alpha helical membrane proteins.

@article{Adamian2005EmpiricalLP,
  title={Empirical lipid propensities of amino acid residues in multispan alpha helical membrane proteins.},
  author={Larisa Adamian and Vikas Nanda and William F. DeGrado and Jie Liang},
  journal={Proteins},
  year={2005},
  volume={59 3},
  pages={496-509}
}
Characterizing the interactions between amino acid residues and lipid molecules is important for understanding the assembly of transmembrane helices and for studying membrane protein folding. In this study we develop TMLIP (TransMembrane helix-LIPid), an empirically derived propensity of individual residue types to face lipid membrane based on statistical analysis of high-resolution structures of membrane proteins. Lipid accessibilities of amino acid residues within the transmembrane (TM… CONTINUE READING

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