Interrelationship between Lipids and Proteins in Membranes
It is well-known that the myelin sheath originates by the spiral winding of the satellite cell cytoplasmic membrane around the nerve axon. Thus, myelin is essentially a membrane, and its components are truly membrane constituents. Since proteolipids are one of the main constituents of myelin, and account for the major part of its protein, it is clear that a discussion of proteolipids is relevant to the subject of the interrelationship between lipids and proteins in membranes.
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