Hemagglutinin clusters in the plasma membrane are not enriched with cholesterol and sphingolipids.


The clusters of the influenza envelope protein, hemagglutinin, within the plasma membrane are hypothesized to be enriched with cholesterol and sphingolipids. Here, we directly tested this hypothesis by using high-resolution secondary ion mass spectrometry to image the distributions of antibody-labeled hemagglutinin and isotope-labeled cholesterol and… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.bpj.2015.02.026


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