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Investigating the Role of Cholesterol in the Metamorphic Protein CLIC1's Membrane Interactions - Student: Khondker Hossain - PGRA 10889

Project Member(s): Valenzuela, S.

Funding or Partner Organisation: Australian Institute of Nuclear Science & Engineering (Australian Institute of Nuclear Science and Engineering Post Graduate Research Awards)

Start year: 2013

Summary: Investigating the Role of Cholesterol in the Metamorphic Protein CLIC1's Membrane Interactions

Publications:

Hossain, KR, Al Khamici, H, Holt, SA & Valenzuela, SM 2016, 'Cholesterol Promotes Interaction of the Protein CLIC1 with Phospholipid Monolayers at the Air-Water Interface.', Membranes, vol. 6, no. 1, pp. 1-13.
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Keywords: CLIC proteins, membrane proteins, Langmuir films, SAXS, neutron reflectivity, X-ray reflectivity, spontaneous membrane inserting proteins

FOR Codes: Nanobiotechnology, Structural Biology (incl. Macromolecular Modelling), Biochemistry and Cell Biology not elsewhere classified, Expanding Knowledge in the Biological Sciences, Expanding Knowledge in the Chemical Sciences, Expanding Knowledge in the Medical and Health Sciences