Mysteries of the cell. Do lipid rafts exist?

  title={Mysteries of the cell. Do lipid rafts exist?},
  author={Mitch Leslie},
  volume={334 6059},
known as lipid rafts sail on the cell’s outer, or plasma, membrane has kept researchers debating for more than a decade. Although many scientists argue that rafts either don’t exist or have no biological relevance, their supporters insist the idea remains afl oat. Cell biologist Kai Simons, now at the Max Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics in Dresden, Germany, and his colleague Elina Ikonen christened the term “lipid raft” in a 1997 Nature paper that detailed the concept… CONTINUE READING
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