Ligand-induced association of rat lymphocyte membrane proteins with the detergent-insoluble lymphocyte cytoskeletal matrix.


There are two classes of membrane protein capping on the basis of ligand requirements. Surface immunoglobulin (Slg), the prototype of the first class, requires a single ligand for cap induction. RT1 (rat histocompatibility proteins) requires two antibodies for cap induction. The lateral mobility of Slg is relatively restricted compared with RT1. These… (More)


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