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Deletion of the helical motif in the intestinal fatty acid-binding protein reduces its interactions with membrane monolayers: Brewster angle microscopy, IR reflection-absorption spectroscopy, and surface pressure studies.
Wu F, Corsico B, Flach CR, Cistola DP, Storch J, Mendelsohn R. Wu F, et al. Among authors: corsico b. Biochemistry. 2001 Feb 20;40(7):1976-83. doi: 10.1021/bi002252i. Biochemistry. 2001. PMID: 11329264
These data provide a molecular structure rationale for previous kinetic measurements indicating that the helical domain is essential for a collision-based mechanism of fatty acid transfer to phospholipid membranes [Corsico, B., Cistola, D. P., Frieden, C. and Storch …
These data provide a molecular structure rationale for previous kinetic measurements indicating that the helical domain is essential for a c …
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