Metabolic Incorporation of a New Fluorescent Anthracene Fatty Acid into the Membrane Lipids of Procaryotic and Eucaryotic Cells for Studying the Dynamic and Topology of Membranes
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The fluid mosaic model for membranes supports the concept that both lipids and proteins are free to laterally diffuse in the bilayer, implying a random distribution of lipids and proteins within the layer. In fact, in the last decade, evidences have accumulated for the existence of heterogeneities in the distribution of the molecules as well as in their dynamical behaviour.
KeywordsFatty Acyl Chain Micrococcus Luteus Thin Layer Chromatogram Nonanoic Acid Liposomal Dispersion
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