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Grafted biomembranes containing membrane proteins – the case of the leucine transporter

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Here, we bind the sodium dependent amino acid transporter on nitrilotriacetic acid/polyethylene glycol functionalized gold sensors in detergents and perform a detergent–lipid exchange with phosphatidylcholine. We characterize the LeuT structure in the adsorbed film by magnetic contrast neutron reflection using the predicted model from molecular dynamic simulations.

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Submitted
16 Jun 2015
Accepted
19 Aug 2015
First published
20 Aug 2015

This article is Open Access

Soft Matter, 2015,11, 7707-7711
Article type
Communication
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Grafted biomembranes containing membrane proteins – the case of the leucine transporter

V. Jagalski, R. D. Barker, M. B. Thygesen, K. Gotfryd, M. B. Krüger, L. Shi, S. Maric, N. Bovet, M. Moulin, M. Haertlein, T. Günther Pomorski, C. J. Loland and M. Cárdenas, Soft Matter, 2015, 11, 7707
DOI: 10.1039/C5SM01490E

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