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Membrane Immunology and Permeability Functions

  • Peter K. Lauf

Abstract

A considerable amount of information on the immunochemical structure and genetics of membrane surface antigens has now accumulated. It is generally established that the distribution of membrane antigens is asymmetric, i.e., that the vast majority of antigens are localized at the outer surface of the plasma membrane. Certain antigens may reside only in the protein portion of the outer membrane. However, most antigens have been structurally related to the carbohydrate moieties of membrane glycolipids or transmembranous glycoproteins, and thus are primary integral membrane constituents, as opposed to a few secondary antigens adsorbed to the surface at some time of the cell’s life cycle. The bulk of these carbohydrate antigens are blood group or transplantation antigens representing genetically and clinically important individual and species specificities. It is not the intention of this chapter to review the structural and genetic details of these antigens, since numerous experts in the field have done this over the past years.(1–8)

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Cation Transport Adenosine Triphosphatase Permeability Function Ouabain Binding Immune Hemolysis 
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  • Peter K. Lauf
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of PhysiologyDuke University Medical CenterDurhamUSA

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