Peripheral membrane protein

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danik_ejik
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Hello,

I've a book in cell biology (it's an advanced book not a crash course or something) where's written that peripheral proteins are loosely connected to the membrane. However in most sources on the internet it's written that the protein is temporally adhered to the membrane.

I'm a bit confused? Does it temporally adhered or is it constantly there ?

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Some are temporarily bound to the membrane and some are more permanently attached.
 
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Thank you
 

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