Lipid domain in cancer cell plasma membrane shown by 1H NMR to be similar to a lipoprotein.

Abstract

Human blood lipoproteins have been characterised by 1H NMR methods and chemical analysis, and comparisons made with the properties of the triglyceride-rich plasma membrane domain found in cancer cells. By means of selective and non-selective T1 experiments, the lipids in HDL and LDL are shown to be in diffusive exchange. In contrast, the lipids of… (More)

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@article{Williams1985LipidDI, title={Lipid domain in cancer cell plasma membrane shown by 1H NMR to be similar to a lipoprotein.}, author={Philip G Williams and Matthias Helmer and Lesley C. Wright and Marlen Dyne and Richard M. Fox and Keri T Holmes and George L. May and Carolyn Mountford}, journal={FEBS letters}, year={1985}, volume={192 1}, pages={159-64} }