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How Membrane Proteins Morph to Export Substrate

News   Oct 08, 2018 | Original story from LMU Munich

 
How Membrane Proteins Change When Substrate is Exported

Analysis of the membrane transport protein McjD using single-molecule FRET. Surface scan in false color representation (orange, double labeled sMcjD, green, McjD only with donor fluorophore, red, McjD only with acceptor fluorophore). Picture: Cordes

 
 
 

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