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FLUID-MOSAIC MODEL of membrane structure Proteins and lipids that are embedded in the lipid bilayer diffuse rapidly in the plane of the membrane
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membrane proteins Remember that the distinction between integral and peripheral membrane proteins is operational rather than structural All proteins that pass through the membrane one or more times will be integral membrane proteins, but not all integral membrane proteins will pass through the membrane it depends on whether or not the protein can be removed by salt or low pH washes Peripheral membrane proteins associate with the membrane or, more usually, with integral membrane proteins
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Posttranslational modification can affect membrane association by prenylation (adding C15 or C20 unsaturated hydrocarbons) or fatty acylation (C14 or C16) Glycoproteins and glycolipids on the exterior face of the membrane have carbohydrates attached Some proteins can be posttranslationally modified by the addition of prenyl groups Prenyl groups are long-chain, unsaturated hydrocarbons that are intermediates in isoprenoid synthesis The farnesyl group has 15 carbons, and the geranylgeranyl has 20 carbons They are attached to a cysteine residue near the end of the protein as a thiol ether (Protein-S-R) Other proteins can have a long-chain fatty acid (C14 myristoyl, C16 palmitoyl) attached to the amino terminus as an amide These fatty acid modifications can increase the association of proteins with the membrane Glycoproteins and glycolipids have complex sugar residues attached Since they are attached in the ER and Golgi compartments, the sugar
Membranes and Membrane Proteins
coating will point outward from the cell (will be on the outside surface of the membrane) Membrane proteins as well as phospholipids and glycolipids are embedded in the lipid bilayer and move around in the plane of the bilayer very rapidly
MEMBRANE FLUIDITY
Increasing fluidity makes lateral diffusion faster Fluidity increases with increased temperature, increased content of short-chain fatty acids, and increased content of cis-fatty acids Cholesterol increases the fluidity of membranes that are not very fluid, but decreases the fluidity of membranes that are already fluid The membrane is a dynamic assembly and things are diffusing rapidly in the plane of the bilayer The middle of the bilayer has been likened to olive oil As with oil, cooling the lipid bilayer will cause the hydrocarbons to become more ordered (structured) The side chains pack closer to each other, and the fluidity of the membrane is lower Things that disrupt the ability of the side chains to pack in a regular fashion make the membrane more fluid (Fig 3-4) These include high temperature, lipids with shorter chains ( C16), and lipids with cis-double bonds The shorter lipids and the cis-double bonds cause the occurrence of holes (packing defects) Cholesterol has a funny effect on membrane fluidity Because of its shape, cholesterol prevents long-chain fatty acids from packing close to each other When cholesterol is added to a membrane composed largely
Cholesterol
OH OH
cis-fatty acid
short-chain fatty acid
Figure 3-4
MEMBRANE FLUIDITY is regulated by altering the chain length of fatty acids, the presence of cis-unsaturations, and the content of cholesterol
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of saturated, long-chain fatty acids, it will cause the fluidity to increase However, cholesterol is just the right size to pack into the defects caused by cis-fatty acids In a membrane (like most mammalian membranes) that contains significant cis-fatty acids, adding cholesterol will cause the membrane fluidity to decrease
DIFFUSION IN MEMBRANES
Lateral diffusion is in the plane of the membrane, and transverse (flip-flop) diffusion is perpendicular to the membrane (through the membrane) Lateral diffusion (in two dimensions) is fast, and transverse diffusion is slow (or nonexistent) except for gases (CO2, NH3) and hydrophobic, uncharged, small molecules (such as cholesterol) To diffuse rapidly in the plane of the membrane (lateral diffusion), a molecule must simply move around in the lipid environment (including the polar head groups) It need not change how it interacts with phospholipids or with water since it is constantly exposed to pretty much the same environment Lateral diffusion can be slowed (or prevented) by interactions between membrane proteins and the cellular cytoskeleton This spatially restricts a plasma membrane protein to a localized environment To move through the membrane (change sides or transverse diffusion), a molecule must be able to pass through the hydrophobic portion of the lipid bilayer For ions and proteins, this means that they must lose their interactions with water (desolvation) Because this is extremely difficult, ions and proteins do not move through membranes by themselves Small molecules such as CO2, NH3 (but not NH 4 ), and water can diffuse through membranes; however, most other small molecules pass through the lipid bilayer very slowly, if at all This permeability barrier means that cells must develop mechanisms to move molecules from one side of the membrane to the other
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