PMID: 5907912Jan 14, 1966

Plasma membranes: phospholipid and sterol content

Science
L A ASHWORTH, C Green

Abstract

The molar ratios of sterol to phospholipid in plasma membranes of five different types of rat cells range from 0.24 to 1.32. The composition of the plasma membrane of a cell has no fixed relation to that of the mitochondria. Thus the structure of cellular membranes shows both tissue and functional specificity.

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