The Molecular Structure of Phospholipids and the Regulation of Cell Function Binding of bee venom and human group Ila phospholipases A2 to membranes: a minor role for electrostatics

  • Y . Lin, t ., +9 authors H . Gelb
  • Published 2009

Abstract

Binding of bee venom and human group Ila phospholipases A2 to membranes: a minor role for electrostatics Y. Lin*t. F. Ghomashchi*t, R. Nielsen*, Y. SnitkoS, B.-Z. Yu§, S. K. HanS, W. ChoS, D. C. Wiltonll, M. K. Jain§, B. H. Robinson*, and M. H. Gelb*t Departments of *Chemistry and tBiochemistry, University of Washington, Seattle, WA 98 195, U.S.A., *Department of Chemistry, University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL 60607, U.S.A., §Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of Delaware, Newark, DE I97 16, U.S.A., and YDepartment of Biochemistry, University of Southampton, Southampton SO I6 7PX, U.K. 34 I

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@inproceedings{Lin2009TheMS, title={The Molecular Structure of Phospholipids and the Regulation of Cell Function Binding of bee venom and human group Ila phospholipases A2 to membranes: a minor role for electrostatics}, author={Y . Lin and t . and Ghomashchi and Rasmus Nielsen and Y . SnitkoS and C Yu and HanS and W . ChoS and C . Wiltonll and Raj Jain and H . G . Robinson and H . Gelb}, year={2009} }