Lateral diffusion and fluorescence microscope studies on a monoclonal antibody specifically bound to supported phospholipid bilayers.

@article{Tamm1988LateralDA,
  title={Lateral diffusion and fluorescence microscope studies on a monoclonal antibody specifically bound to supported phospholipid bilayers.},
  author={Lukas K. Tamm},
  journal={Biochemistry},
  year={1988},
  volume={27 5},
  pages={1450-7}
}
Supported phospholipid bilayers prepared by Langmuir-Blodgett techniques were introduced recently as a new model membrane system [Tamm, L.K., & McConnell, H.M. (1985) Biophys. J. 47, 105-113]. Here, supported bilayers are applied to study the lateral diffusion and lateral distribution of membrane-bound monoclonal antibodies. A monoclonal anti-trinitrophenol antibody was found to bind strongly and with high specificity to supported phospholipid bilayers containing the lipid hapten… CONTINUE READING

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