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Membrane “Macromolecules”

  • Donald F. H. Wallach
  • Richard J. Winzler

Abstract

All known biomembranes contain protein, lipid, and carbohydrate. RNA is thought to be a plasma membrane component of some cells, and some DNA is intimately associated with nuclear membranes. As far as defined macromolecules are concerned, the data on RNA and DNA remain fragmentary, and membrane lipids are not macromolecules, but aggregate into supramolecular complexes in aqueous solvents; thus, membrane proteins constitute the major macromolecular components of biomembranes. Except for myelin, they comprise 60–70% of the membrane mass. Membrane carbohydrate is primarily associated with glycoproteins and to a lesser extent with glycolipids.

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Sodium DODECYL Sulfate Cetyl Trimethyl Ammonium Bromide Ethanolamine Phosphatidyl Erythrocyte Ghost Erythrocyte Membrane Protein 
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  • Donald F. H. Wallach
  • Richard J. Winzler

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