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“…The increase in conductance observed with increasing ionic strength (Fig. 4 and 5), along with the evidence from the monolayer and liposome studies (Braun & Radin, 1969;London et al, 1974;Papa-hadjopoulos et al, 1975;Boggs et al, 1976;Cockle et al, 1978a, b), all emphasize the importance of hydrophobic interactions between the apoprotein and the lipids. On the other hand, with a comparable amount of protein, the conductance change observed for a PS BLM is less than for the PC-cholesterol BLM.…”
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“…The increase in conductance observed with increasing ionic strength (Fig. 4 and 5), along with the evidence from the monolayer and liposome studies (Braun & Radin, 1969;London et al, 1974;Papa-hadjopoulos et al, 1975;Boggs et al, 1976;Cockle et al, 1978a, b), all emphasize the importance of hydrophobic interactions between the apoprotein and the lipids. On the other hand, with a comparable amount of protein, the conductance change observed for a PS BLM is less than for the PC-cholesterol BLM.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
“…The apoprotein, devoid of complex lipids, maintains its solubility in chloroform-methanol but can be converted to a water soluble form (Tenenbaum & Folch-Pi, 1966;Folch-Pi & Stoffyn, 1972;Hendrickson, Joffe & Davidson, 1972). The interactions of the apoprotein with different lipids have been studied in monolayers (Ter MinassianSaraga et al, 1973;London et al, 1974) and in liposomes (Braun & Radin, 1969;Papahadjopoulos, Vail & Moscarello, 1975;Boggs, Vail & Moscarello, 1976;Boggs etal., 1977;Curatolo etal., 1977;Cockle et al, 1978a, b), and interactions with both charged and neutral lipids have been demonstrated. In the present paper, we describe the effects of the water-soluble form of the proteolipid apoprotein on the electrical properties of bilayers of various lipid compositions.…”
Section: -2631/79/0051-0033 $0280mentioning
“…The classic 18.5 kDa MBP isoform is primarily disordered in aqueous solution, but gains ordered secondary structure (a-helix, b-sheet) in the presence of lipids and detergents, a phenomenon that has been demonstrated countless times (Braun and Radin, 1969;Anthony and Moscarello, 1971;Moscarello et al, 1974;Epand et al, 1974;Liebes et al, 1975;Krigbaum and Hsu, 1975;Chapman and Moore, 1976;Smith, 1977bSmith, , 1985Smith, , 1992Chapman et al, 1978;Martenson, 1978;Littlemore and Ledeen, 1979;Smith, 1979, 1981;Hughes et al, 1982;Mendz et al, 1982Mendz et al, , 1984Mendz et al, , 1988Mendz et al, , 1991Mendz et al, , 1995bMoore, 1982;Moore, 1983, 1985;Smith et al, 1983;Cheifetz et al, 1984;Fraser and Deber, 1984;Ong and Yu, 1984;Riccio et al, 1984Riccio et al, , 1985Stone et al, 1985;Randall and Zand, 1985;Martenson et al, 1985a,b;Boggs et al, 1985a;Gow et al, 1987;Surewicz et al, 1987;Riccio et al, 1990Riccio et al, , 1994Zehetbauer et al, 1991;Hayer-Hartl et al, 1993;Reinl...…”
Section: Mbp Binds Detergents and Lipidsmentioning
“…Studies have been performed on the proteolipid composition of adult white matter from several species (Soto et al, 1969;Braun and Radin, 1969;Gagnon, Finch, Wood, and Moscarello, 1971;Agrawal et al, 1972;Folch-Pi and Stoffyn, 1972;Nicot et al, 1973) and recently some information has become available on the proteolipid protein composition of the developing mouse brain (Folch, 1971;Lerner et al, 1974;Nussbaum and Mandel, 1973). However, to our knowledge, no information is currently available on the regional distribution of proteolipids in the developing brain.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning