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Default 2H-NMR investigation of DMPC/glycophorin bilayers.

2H-NMR investigation of DMPC/glycophorin bilayers.

Related Articles 2H-NMR investigation of DMPC/glycophorin bilayers.

Biochim Biophys Acta. 1994 Jul 13;1193(1):127-37

Authors: Shan X, Davis JH, Chu JW, Sharom FJ

Deuterium nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy was used to investigate the phase equilibria, and the temperature and concentration dependences of the phospholipid hydrocarbon chain order, of mixtures of glycophorin in dimyristoylphosphatidyl-choline. In the fluid phase it is found that the protein has only a slight effect on the first moment of the 2H spectrum, which for perdeuterated chains is a direct measure of the average chain orientational order. However, analysis of the rate of change of the first moment with respect to protein concentration, at different temperatures within the fluid phase, shows that at a molar protein concentration of about 0.0295 +/- 0.01, the lipid chain order (or M1) is essentially independent of temperature. At this concentration the chain order is determined by the lipid's interaction with the protein and one can conclude that about 34 (+/- 12) lipids are required to solvate the protein. At higher lipid concentrations these lipids are freely exchanging, on the NMR time scale, with the other lipids in the bilayer. At glycophorin concentrations below about 1 mol% there is a two-phase coexistence region at temperatures below the pure lipid's chain melting transition. The boundary between the fluid phase and this two-phase region curves downwards (is concave downwards), whereas the boundary between the two-phase region and the gel phase, while naturally occurring at lower temperatures than the upper boundary, is concave upwards. As a consequence the protein partitions preferentially into the fluid phase. This behaviour is similar to that observed in a number of other protein/lipid and peptide/lipid mixtures where it was suggested that those systems may have been close to a critical mixing point and some characteristics of a continuous phase change were noted. Indeed, at glycophorin concentrations near and above 1 mol% there are indications that the phase behaviour becomes more complex, suggesting the presence of significant protein/protein interactions and that this system may be close to a critical point.

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