Lipid

Figure 7 Diagrammatic representation of the fluid mosaic model of the cell membrane. The basic structure of the membrane is that of a lipid bilayer in which the lipid portion (long tails) points inward and the polar portion (round "head") points outward. The membrane is penetrated by transmembrane (or integral) proteins. Attached to the surface of the membrane are peripheral proteins (inner surface) and carbohydrates that bind to lipid and protein molecules (outer surface). Source: Modified from Ref. 13.

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