Protein-induced membrane curvature alters local membrane tension.

@article{Rangamani2014ProteininducedMC,
  title={Protein-induced membrane curvature alters local membrane tension.},
  author={Padmini Rangamani and Kranthi K Mandadap and George F. Oster},
  journal={Biophysical journal},
  year={2014},
  volume={107 3},
  pages={751-762}
}
Adsorption of proteins onto membranes can alter the local membrane curvature. This phenomenon has been observed in biological processes such as endocytosis, tubulation, and vesiculation. However, it is not clear how the local surface properties of the membrane, such as membrane tension, change in response to protein adsorption. In this article, we show that the partial differential equations arising from classical elastic model of lipid membranes, which account for simultaneous changes in shape… CONTINUE READING
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