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Groups of bonds determining the configuration of the thylakoid system


, : Groups of bonds determining the configuration of the thylakoid system. Membrane & Cell Biology 14(6): 847-854

Four groups of bonds determining the configuration of the thylakoid system have been established. The hypothesis presented here postulates the following. 1. There exist continuous lateral protein-protein interactions (bonds) all over the thylakoid membrane. 2. Lateral protein bonds are subdivided into two independent groups - lateral bonds of outer and inner membrane leaflets. 3. The configuration of a single thylakoid is determined by the mutual action of lateral and interlumenal bonds of the inner membrane leaflet, and the configuration of the thylakoid system of a chloroplast is determined by the mutual action of lateral and intermembrane (stacking) bonds of the outer membrane leaflet.

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