Structurally, regions of integral membrane proteins penetrate the hydrophobic regions of the phospholipid bilayer. Because of this interaction, integral membrane proteins can usually only be removed from the membrane by the use of detergents that disrupt the hydrophobic interactions of the bilayer.
Functionally, the presence of these proteins imparts to the membrane specific functions.
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