volume 127, issue 1, P103-111 2004
DOI: 10.1016/j.chemphyslip.2003.09.006
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Abstract: A major obstacle to elucidating the structure of membrane proteins at high resolution is the difficulty of preparing these proteins as well as to grow well-ordered crystals. During the last few years several groups have considered the use of three-dimensional bicontinuous lipidic cubic phases as a possible crystallization matrix for such molecules. In a few cases these studies have been successfully approached by other laboratories, however, a number of questions remain, particularly in regard to the effects o…

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