Protein–lipid interaction is the influence of membrane proteins on the lipid physical state or vice versa.
The questions which are relevant to understanding of the structure and function of the membrane are: 1) Do intrinsic membrane proteins bind tightly to lipids, and what is the nature of the layer of lipids adjacent to the protein? 2) Do membrane proteins have long-range effects on the order or dynamics of membrane lipids? 3) How do the lipids influence the structure of function of membrane proteins? 4) How do peripheral membrane proteins which bind to the layer surface interact with lipids and influence their behavior?
Read more about Protein–lipid Interaction: Binding of Lipids To Intrinsic Membrane Proteins in The Bilayer, Perturbations of The Lipid Bilayer Due To The Presence of Lateral Membrane Proteins, Backbone and Solid Chain Dynamics of Membrane Proteins, Binding of Peripheral Membrane Proteins To The Lipid Bilayer
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