BlogWhen protein-lipid interactions matter
This blog explores some examples from the literature where the interactions of proteins and lipids have made a big impact on the overall research.
Application noteDetermination of lipid protein binding stoichiometry using Microfluidic Diffusional Sizing
Here we assess the stoichiometry of α-synuclein binding to lipid vesicles by microfluidic diffusional sizing (MDS) on the Fluidity One and Circular Dichroism (CD). We find that the results obtained are consistent between the two techniques, but that MDS presents advantages in both speed and simplicity.
Publicationα-Synuclein-derived lipoparticles in the study of α-Synuclein amyloid fibril formation
This paper probes the interactions of α-synuclein with lipid particles using the Fluidity One and various other methods, to investigate the link between these interactions and α-synuclein aggregation.
BlogBorn Slippy; Protein-Lipid interactions around the human body
There are many proteins which interact with lipids in vivo, in complex relationships that have crucial impacts on organism health. These are often thought of as disease causing, but can also play roles in normal biochemical functions. Here are some examples of protein-lipid interactions from around the human body, which play a part in healthy activity in cells.