Oligomeric nature of the integral membrane protein stomatin.

@article{Snyers1998OligomericNO,
  title={Oligomeric nature of the integral membrane protein stomatin.},
  author={Luc Snyers and Ellen Umlauf and Rainer Prohaska},
  journal={The Journal of biological chemistry},
  year={1998},
  volume={273 27},
  pages={17221-6}
}
The 31-kDa integral membrane protein stomatin (protein 7.2b) is not only an important component of the red cell membrane but can also be found in abundance in different tissues and cell lines. The protein is thought to be anchored to the membrane by a hydrophobic domain while both N and C termini are exposed to the cytoplasm. We have previously shown in the human cell line UAC that stomatin concentrates preferentially in plasma membrane folds and protrusions. There is also evidence that… CONTINUE READING

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