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The enzyme is dimeric and inserted into a lipid bilayer in the Triton crystals 5 and monomeric and in detergent-rich sheets in the deoxycholate crystals. 7 The enzyme molecule is revealed in both crystal forms as characteristically Y-shaped and divided into three major domains as shown in Fig. 2. The C domain is around 55/~ tall (from the surface of the bilayer) and appears to be contoured into three subdomains. 5,7,~2,~3The Mr domain is larger than the M2 domain, having a surface area in projection of about 900 A compared to 650/~ for M2.
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Biomembranes Part N: Transport in Bacteria, Mitochondria, and Chloroplasts: Protonmotive Force by Nathan P. Colowick, Nathan P. Kaplan, Sidney Fleischer, Becca Fleischer