Practice: Peripheral membrane proteins:
a) Penetrate deeply into the lipid bilayer.
b) Can only be released from membranes by disrupting membrane structure via treatment with detergents.
c) Are non-covalently bound to membrane lipids or integral proteins.
d) Consist of β-barrels forming a hollow cylinder that creates a pore within the membrane.
e) Are covalently attached to carbohydrates that span the bilayer.