Abstract: The protein contained in the biological membrane is called membrane protein, which is the main undertaker of the function of the biological membrane. Membrane proteins include glycoproteins, carrier proteins and enzymes. Usually, some sugars are attached to the membrane protein. These sugars are equivalent to transmitting signals to the cell through changes in the molecular structure of the sugar itself.Summary: According to the difficulty of protein separation and the location in the membrane, membrane proteins can be basically divided into three categories: external membrane proteins or peripheral membrane proteins, internal membrane proteins or integral membrane proteins and lipid-anchored proteins. References: https://aimed.protheragen.com/membrane-protein-molecular-dynamics-simulation-service.html
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