simple question about heterocaryon

roingeard at univ-tours.fr roingeard at univ-tours.fr
Tue Nov 7 03:40:26 EST 1995


Direct evidence that some plasma membrane proteins are mobile in the
plane of the membrane is provided by a simple experiment using hybrid
together (human proteins being visualized by antibodies coupled to rhodamine,
and mouse proteins being visualized by fluoresceine).
OK. However, does anyone knows whether the proteins move by themselve (by a
simple lateral diffusion) or by an actin-dependant mechanism in such
experiment.
Thanks to let me know
Philip Roingeard, Roingeard at univ-tours.fr



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