Functional immobilisation of the nicotinic acetylcholine receptor in tethered lipid membranes


The nicotinic acetylcholine receptor from Torpedo was immobilised in tethered membranes. Surface plasmon resonance was used to quantify the binding of ligands and antibodies to the receptor. The orientation and structural integrity of the surface-reconstituted receptor was probed using monoclonal antibodies, demonstrating that approximately 65% of the… (More)


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