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The traditional methods to study lipid rafts and their association with membrane proteins are based mainly on the isolation of a detergent-resistant membrane by biochemical fractionation. However, the use of detergents may induce lipid segregation and/or redistribution of membrane proteins during the process of sample preparation. Here, we describe a detergent-free method to study the glycolipid and growth factor receptor interaction and their association with lipid rafts. This method combines the biochemical and immunoblotting tools with confocal microscopic imaging, which allows for evaluation and verification of the membrane protein interaction and association with the lipid rafts components in a multifaceted manner.

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Jing Wang, Robert K Yu. Association of Glycolipids and Growth Factor Receptors in Lipid Rafts. Methods in molecular biology (Clifton, N.J.). 2021;2187:131-145

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PMID: 32770505

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