Lipid rafts in the plant plasma membrane ?

@inproceedings{Brczi2004LipidRI,
  title={Lipid rafts in the plant plasma membrane ?},
  author={Alajos B{\'e}rczi and Gyorgy Horvath},
  year={2004}
}
In order to study the molecular characteristics of an integral membrane protein, first the protein should be solubilized. Ascorbate-reducible b-type cytochromes are highly hydrophobic integral membrane proteins with six trans-membrane α-helices. A fully ascorbatereducible b-type cytochrome was easily solubilized by Triton X-100 from phase partitionpurified plasma membranes of 5-day-old etiolated bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) hooks (Trost et al. 2000). However, under the very same conditions, a… CONTINUE READING

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