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Two overlapping genes encoding membrane proteins required for bacteriophage N4 adsorption.Academic Article Why?
How membrane proteins sense voltage.Academic Article Why?
A ribosome-associating factor chaperones tail-anchored membrane proteins.Academic Article Why?
Conformational Chaperones for Structural Studies of Membrane Proteins Using Antibody Phage Display with Nanodiscs.Academic Article Why?
Control of Synaptic Connectivity by a Network of Drosophila IgSF Cell Surface Proteins.Academic Article Why?
Identification of a binding partner for the endothelial cell surface proteins TEM7 and TEM7R.Academic Article Why?
Lipid-mediated interactions between intrinsic membrane proteins: a theoretical study based on integral equations.Academic Article Why?
Lipid-mediated interactions between intrinsic membrane proteins: dependence on protein size and lipid composition.Academic Article Why?
On the Interpretation of Force-Induced Unfolding Studies of Membrane Proteins Using Fast Simulations.Academic Article Why?
Phage display selections for affinity reagents to membrane proteins in nanodiscs.Academic Article Why?
Structural refinement of membrane proteins by restrained molecular dynamics and solvent accessibility data.Academic Article Why?
Ubiquilins Chaperone and Triage Mitochondrial Membrane Proteins for Degradation.Academic Article Why?
An ensemble dynamics approach to decipher solid-state NMR observables of membrane proteins.Academic Article Why?
Molecular dynamics simulations of membrane proteins under asymmetric ionic concentrations.Academic Article Why?
Selective solubilization of red blood cell membrane proteins with guanidine hydrochloride.Academic Article Why?
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