Hallmarks of Reversible Phase Separation in Living, Unperturbed Cell Membranes

@inproceedings{Rayermann2017HallmarksOR,
  title={Hallmarks of Reversible Phase Separation in Living, Unperturbed Cell Membranes},
  author={Scott Rayermann and Glennis E. Rayermann and Alex Merz and Sandro Keller},
  year={2017}
}
Hallmarks of Reversible Phase Separation in Living, Unperturbed Cell Membranes Scott P. Rayermann Chair of Supervisory Committee: Professor Sarah L. Keller Department of Chemistry Controversy has long surrounded the question of whether spontaneous lateral demixing of membranes into coexisting liquid phases can organize proteins and lipids on micron scales within unperturbed, living cells. A clear answer hinges on observation of hallmarks of a reversible phase transition. Here, by directly… CONTINUE READING

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