Asked Sep 17, 2019

Transmembrane portrudes on both sides. Integral protein is in the width of the bilayer and may portrude on one or both sides of the bilayer. Is Transmembrane Protein semi-similar to Integral Proteins? How can we tell the difference of the two? 


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An integral membrane protein is a type of membrane protein that remains permanently attached to the membrane. All transmembrane prot...

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