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trans·mem·brane

(trans-mem'brān),
Through or across a membrane.

transmembrane

/trans·mem·brane/ (trans-mem´brān) extending across a membrane, usually referring to a protein subunit that is exposed on both sides of a cell membrane.

transmembrane

(trăns-mĕm′brān, trănz-)
adj.
Passing or occurring across a membrane.

transmembrane

Crossing a membrane.

transmembrane

across a membrane; usually referring to a cell membrane.
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It had the conserved domain SGXHXNPAVT of MIP super-family and the conserved domain GGGANXXXXGY and TGINPARSLGAA of PIP family, as well as the conserved domain NPA; prediction of transmembrane structure showed that BnPIP-like protein contained five loops and six transmembrane helices (Fig.
The transmembrane potential that is induced due to the external electric field is derived from Laplace equation.
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Some of the well-recognized platelet receptors are; integrins, leucine-rich repeats receptors, selectins, tetraspanins, transmembrane receptors, prostaglandin receptors, lipid receptors, immunoglobulin superfamily receptors, tyrosine kinase receptors and miscellaneous platelet receptors.
For each experiment, 4 L of sugar cane juice were fed to filter unit and subjected to the tests with different membranes and transmembrane pressures.
TJ are complex protein structures comprised of transmembrane proteins, which interact with the actin cytoskeleton via plaque proteins.
Since the discovery of the cystic fibrosis transmembrane conductanceregulator gene in 1989, the promise of a targeted treatment for cystic fibro sis, the most common lethal genetic disease in whites, has seemed within reach.
The study led by Daniela Rotin, PhD, senior scientist at SickKids and professor of biochemistry at the University of Toronto, showed that the defect in a chloride channel, called cystic fibrosis transmembrane conductase regulator (CFTR), is caused by the lack of a protein called ubiquitin ligase Nedd4L.
Desmogleins are calcium-binding transmembrane glycoproteins, members of the desmosomal cadherins that provide adhesive integrity to desmosomes between adjoining keratinocytes; They consist of proteins Dsg1, Dsg2, Dsg3, and Dsg4.
Despite this, there's a lot we don't know about how these transmembrane proteins work.
Among their topics are the role of mass transport limitation and surface heterogeneity in the biophysical characterization of macromolecular binding processes, a capture coupling method for the covalent immobilization of hexahistidine-tagged proteins for SPR, a high-throughput kinase assay based on SPR, interactions between carbohydrates and lectins, the membrane binding of antimicrobial peptides, incorporating a transmembrane protein into a supported three-dimensional matrix of liposomes for SPR studies, and applying SPR spectroscopy to study G-protein coupled receptor signaling.