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Lipids

Lipids

Whether you are working with membrane-bound proteins or trying to find ways to stabilize macromolecules, lipids have become valuable tools. While lipids also have the same general structure as detergents— a polar hydrophilic head group and a nonpolar hydrophobic tail—lipids differ from detergents in the shape of the monomers, in the type of aggregates formed in solution, and in the concentration range required for aggregation. Anatrace phospholipid analogs offer lipid alternatives for all of your membrane protein applications.