Global Topology Analysis of the Escherichia coli Inner Membrane Proteome

@article{Daley2005GlobalTA,
  title={Global Topology Analysis of the Escherichia coli Inner Membrane Proteome},
  author={Daniel O. Daley and Mikaela Rapp and Erik Granseth and Karin Mel{\'e}n and David Drew and Gunnar von Heijne},
  journal={Science},
  year={2005},
  volume={308},
  pages={1321 - 1323}
}
The protein complement of cellular membranes is notoriously resistant to standard proteomic analysis and structural studies. As a result, membrane proteomes remain ill-defined. Here, we report a global topology analysis of the Escherichia coli inner membrane proteome. Using C-terminal tagging with the alkaline phosphatase and green fluorescent protein, we established the periplasmic or cytoplasmic locations of the C termini for 601 inner membrane proteins. By constraining a topology prediction… 
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