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||(Ref:)Solution x-ray scattering (SXS). "SXS permits direct determination of the distance (d)
between the highly electron-dense phosphate groups across the
bilayer of membranes in solution (14, 15, 17). A limitation of this
technique is that extramembranous protein domains and cell components containing highly electron-dense groups, such as ribosomes, can affect the quality of the scattering data (37)."
||"To establish the effect of membrane proteins
on membrane thickness, [researchers] measured the average bilayer thickness
of liposomes formed from total lipid extracts of each type of
membrane. The protein, cholesterol, and phospholipid content of
the reconstituted liposomes was analyzed, indicating that, on lipid
extraction, all proteinaceous components were absent and that [they]
were able to reproduce the cholesterol to phospholipid ratio of the
original membranes (Table 1 and Fig. 4A)." Some data in table from primary sources. See notes under table. Numbers of primary sources correspond to those in article.