pda2 at york.ac.uk
Mon Mar 30 15:15:25 EST 1998
I'm not sure about 2 or 8 TM domains, but a lot of the immune system markers
have got 4 (which is at least an even number). Examples would be CD81, CD82
University of York, UK
Simon Hoffenberg wrote in message <6fhfl6$t07 at gazette.bcm.tmc.edu>...
>If there is more than 1 transmembrane domain in a protein, what are the
>combinations? For example, 7 domains in receptors coupled to G-proteins or
>12 in adenylate cyclase. Is it possible to have 2 or 8-9 domains? If these
>numbers are not allowed by Mother Nature, does it mean that these proteins
>are in fact 1 and 7 transmembrane domain proteins, respectively?
>Baylor College of Medicine
>simonh at bcm.tmc.edu
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