integral membrane protein

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Disease-causing mutations within the lysosomal integral membrane protein type 2 (LIMP-2) reveal the nature of binding to its ligand β-glucocerebrosidase

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Vesicular-integral membrane protein, VIP36, recognizes high-mannose type glycans containing α1→2 mannosyl residues in MDCK cells

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Comprehensive Phylogenetic Analysis Sheds Light on the Diversity and Origin of the MLO Family of Integral Membrane Proteins

Unexpected oligomeric structure of the FocA formate channel of Escherichia coli: a paradigm for the formate–nitrite transporter family of integral membrane proteins


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A protein that is firmly anchored in a membrane, either because it has a hydrophobic domain that preferentially associates with the inner region of the membrane, or because of post-translational modification with hydrophobic residues (e.g. a GPI-anchor). Integral membrane proteins that cross the entire membrane are referred to as transmembrane proteins.

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