Increased vesicle endocytosis due to an increase in the plasma membrane phosphatidylserine concentration.

@article{Farge1995IncreasedVE,
  title={Increased vesicle endocytosis due to an increase in the plasma membrane phosphatidylserine concentration.},
  author={Emmanuel Farge},
  journal={Biophysical journal},
  year={1995},
  volume={69 6},
  pages={2501-6}
}
Endocytosis vesiculation consists of local membrane invaginations, continuously generated on the plasma membrane surface of living cells. This vesiculation process was found to be activated in vivo by the generation of a transmembrane surface area asymmetry in the plasma membrane bilayer, after enhancement of transbilayer phospholipid translocation. The observed enhancement was shown to be in good quantitative agreement with a theoretical model of elastic equilibrium describing stabilization of… CONTINUE READING

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