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C6: General Links and References

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  • van Meer, G. et al. Membrane lipids: where they are and how they behave. Nature Reviews Cell and Molecular Biology, 9, 112 (2008)

    Andreyev, A.Y. et al. Subcellular Organelle Lipidomics of TLR-4-Activated Macrophages. Journal of Lipid Research 51, 2785 (2010).

    Lingwood, D and Simons, K. Lipid Rafts as a Membrane-Organizing Principle. Science 327, 46 (2010)

    Baumgart, T. , Hess, S., and Webb, W. Imaging coexisting fluid domains in biomembrane models coupling curvature and line tension. Nature. 425, pg 821 (2003)

    Zacharias D. et al. Partitioning of Lipid-Modified Monomeric GFPs into Membrane Microdomains of Live Cells. Science. 296, pg 913 (2002)

    van Meer, G. the Different Hues of Lipid Rafts. Science 296, pg 855 (2002)

    Pike, Linda. Lipid rafts: heterogeneity on the high seas. Biochem. J. 378, 281–292 (2004)

    Samsonov, A. et al. Characterization of Cholesterol-Sphingomyelin Domains and Their Dynamics in Bilayer Membranes. Biophysical Journal 81, 1486–1500 (2001)

    Simon & Ikonen. How Cells Handle Cholesterol. Science. 290. pg 1709, 1721 (2000)

    Azam et al. Membrane changes during hibernation. Nature. 407 pg 317 (2000)

    Gatfield and Pieters. Essential Role for Cholesterol in Entry of Mycobacteria into Macrophages. Science. 288. pg 1647 (2000)

    Borbat et al. Electron Spin Resonance in Studies of Membranes and Proteins. Science. 291. pg 266 (2001)