BIOS41_Lecture12_02132008

BIOS41_Lecture12_02132008 - How Triton X-100 works....

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BIOS 41 Biology Core I: Cellular and Molecular Spring 2008 Professor J. A. Sands Lecture 12, February 13 Membranes (Chapter 11, pages 374-387)
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11_20_memb.proteins.jpg Plasma membrane proteins have a variety of functions.
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11_21_proteins.associ.jpg Membrane proteins can associate with the lipid bilayer in several different ways.
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11_23_helix.cross.LB.jpg A segment of alpha helix crosses a lipid bilayer.
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11_24_hydrophl.pore.jpg A transmembrane hydrophilic pore can be formed by multiple alpha helices.
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11_26_SDS_TritonX.jpg Membrane proteins can be solubilized in detergents and purified. The ionic detergent SDS and the non- ionic detergent Triton X-100 are commonly used.
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11_27_Triton X-100.jpg
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Unformatted text preview: How Triton X-100 works. 11_28_Bacteriorhodop.jpg Bacteriorhodopsin: a proton pump 11_32_sugar_coated.jpg The eucaryotic cell surface is coated with carbohydrate. 11_34_mouse_human_hybid.jpg Under some circumstances, some proteins can move over the entire cell surface in less than an hour. 11_35_lateral_mobility_plasma_ membrane_proteins.jpg Under some circumstances, the movement of membrane proteins is restricted. 11_37_patterns_of_motion Different patterns of membrane protein motion. A. Protein that is free to diffuse in membrane. B. Protein that is restricted by other membrane proteins. C. Protein that is tethered to the cytoskeleton....
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This note was uploaded on 04/19/2008 for the course BIOS 41 taught by Professor Sands during the Spring '08 term at Lehigh University .

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