Peripheral membrane proteins: FYVE sticky fingers

@article{Driscoll1999PeripheralMP,
  title={Peripheral membrane proteins: FYVE sticky fingers},
  author={Paul C. Driscoll and Anne-lise Vuidepot},
  journal={Current Biology},
  year={1999},
  volume={9},
  pages={R857-R860}
}
The recently determined structure of the lipid-binding 'FYVE' domain provides several clues to the mode of interaction for this class of peripheral membrane proteins. However, the application of traditional modes of structural analysis to diffusible membrane-binding proteins exposes some limitations of these techniques. 

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