Nanodomains in Biomembranes with Recycling.

@article{Berger2016NanodomainsIB,
  title={Nanodomains in Biomembranes with Recycling.},
  author={Mareike Berger and Manoel Manghi and Nicolas Destainville},
  journal={The journal of physical chemistry. B},
  year={2016},
  volume={120 40},
  pages={
          10588-10602
        }
}
Cell membranes are out of thermodynamic equilibrium notably because of membrane recycling, i.e., active exchange of material with the cytosol. We propose an analytically tractable model of biomembrane predicting the effects of recycling on the size of protein nanodomains also called protein clusters. The model includes a short-range attraction between proteins and a weaker long-range repulsion which ensures the existence of so-called cluster phases in equilibrium, where monomeric proteins… CONTINUE READING
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