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A G-coupled Receptor Protein Critical for Peripheral Nerve Myelination

Induction of experimental autoimmune neuritis with peripheral myelin protein-22.

Inherited demyelinating neuropathies with micromutations of peripheral myelin protein 22 gene

A Novel Arabidopsis thaliana Protein is a Functional Peripheral-Type Benzodiazepine Receptor

Myeloperoxidase, but not C-reactive protein, predicts cardiovascular risk in peripheral arterial disease

Dual Effects of Extracellular Adherence Protein from Staphylococcus aureus on Peripheral Blood Mononuclear Cells

P089 Decrease of peripheral leucocytes BIM protein expression in Crohn's disease

Peripheral membrane proteins mediate binding of vacuolar storage proteins to membranes of the secretory pathway of developing pea cotyledons

Myotubularin-related 2 protein phosphatase and neurofilament light chain protein, both mutated in CMT neuropathies, interact in peripheral nerve

Bactericidal/Permeability-Increasing Protein, a Lipopolysaccharide-Specific Protein on the Surface of Human Peripheral Blood Monocytes

Depressed proliferative responses by peripheral blood mononuclear cells from early arthritis patients to mycobacterial heat shock protein 60.

Role of base excision repair genes and proteins in gamma-irradiated resting human peripheral blood mononuclear cells

 

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A protein that is exposed on the outer or the inner surface of the plasma membrane and is connected to the membrane through ionic or covalent interactions with a membrane component. Peripheral proteins include many proteins from the membrane-supporting cytoskeleton (e.g., spectrin (q.v.) or the extracellular matrix (e.g., fibronectin (q.v.). Compare with integral protein. See lipid bilayer model.

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