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Lipid and biopolymer monolayers at liquid interfaces

by K. S. Birdi

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Published by Plenum Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Monomolecular films.,
  • Lipids.,
  • Biopolymers.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementK.S. Birdi.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQD506 .B53 1989
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 325 p. :
    Number of Pages325
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2046081M
    ISBN 100306428709
    LC Control Number88023172

      Molecular Structure and Ordering of Phospholipids at a Liquid−Liquid Interface. Langmuir , 13 (12), DOI: /laq. Masami Kawaguchi,, Midori Yamamoto, and, Tadaya Kato. Mixed Monolayers of Lipid and Polymer Spread at the Air−Water Interface. Book Search tips Selecting this option will search all publications across the Scitation platform Selecting this option will Lipid and Biopolymer Monolayers at Liquid Interfaces (Plenum, New York, Lipid and Biopolymer Monolayers at Liquid Interfaces (Plenum, New York, ), p. Google Scholar Crossref; By this time.

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    The interaction between dextran sulfate (DS) with zwitterionic dipalmitoylphosphatidylcholine (DPPC) and negatively charged dipalmitoylphosphatidic acid monolayers at different surface pressures at air−liquid and liquid−liquid interfaces was studied using Langmuir−Blodgett (LB) and electrochemical techniques. The negatively charged DS can bind to phospholipids via calcium ions. To. Lipid and Biopolymer Monolayers at Liquid Interfaces. Book. Jan ; Lipid Monolayers at Liquid Interfaces.- 5. Biopolymer (Protein) and Synthetic Polymer Monolayers.- 6. Kinetics of.


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Lipid and biopolymer monolayers at liquid interfaces by K. S. Birdi Download PDF EPUB FB2

Lipid and Biopolymer Monolayers at Liquid Interfaces. Authors (view affiliations) K. Birdi; Book. Citations; About this book. Introduction. The current texts on surface chemistry generally devote a single chapter to the characteristics of spread monolayers of lipids and biopolymers on liquids, and a researcher may have to review.

: Lipid and Biopolymer Monolayers at Liquid Interfaces (): Birdi, K.S.: BooksCited by: Lipid and Biopolymer Monolayers at Liquid Interfaces. Authors The current texts on surface chemistry generally devote a single chapter to the characteristics of spread monolayers of lipids and biopolymers on liquids, and a researcher may have to review several hundred references to determine the procedures needed to investigate or analyze a.

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Cite this chapter as: Birdi K.S. () Lipid-Protein Monolayers. In: Lipid and Biopolymer Monolayers at Liquid Interfaces. Springer, Boston, MACited by: 1. Lipid Monolayers.

Lipid monolayers have been extensively used to investigate the peptide–lipid interaction in the lipid–water interfaces [84,87,–], providing information about the impact of peptide on the lipid packing [87]. From: Advances in Biomembranes and Lipid Self-Assembly, Related terms: Phospholipid; Protein; Lipid.

adshelp[at] The ADS is operated by the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory under NASA Cooperative Agreement NNX16AC86A. Abstract. The adsorption of an amphiphile molecule at the water interface is ascribed to the alkyl part being attracted to the interface.

It therefore becomes imperative to determine what kind of interfacial forces could be present in the case of molecules more complex than those of lipids, such as biopolymers (e.g., proteins, synthetic polyamino acids), synthetic polymers, and other polymers.

Cite this chapter as: Birdi K.S. () Experimental Methods and Procedures in Monolayers. In: Lipid and Biopolymer Monolayers at Liquid Interfaces. Lipid Monolayer Collapse State Mixed Monolayer Aqueous Subphase Protein Monolayer These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors.

This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves. Introduction.- 2. Thermodynamics of Liquid Surfaces.- 3. Experimental Methods and Procedures in Monolayers.- 4. Lipid Monolayers at Liquid Interfaces.- 5. Biopolymer (Protein) and Synthetic Polymer Monolayers.- 6.

Kinetics of Adsorption and Desorption.- 7. Lipid-Protein Monolayers.- 8. Monolayers of Membrane Proteins.- 9. Joseph D'Arrigo, in Studies in Interface Science, Dissolution of Microbubbles via Ultrasound.

Instead of using degassed media, the related study by Borden et al.[] utilized “acoustic dissolution” for the elimination of lipid-monolayer-coated this study, the starting mixture used to form the coated microbubbles again contained approximately 90 mol.% of a. 1. Introduction. Thermodynamics of Liquid Surfaces.

Experimental Methods and Procedures for Self-Assembly Monolayers. Lipid Monolayers at Liquid Interfaces. SAMs of Macromolecules (Biopolymers and Synthetic Polymers) at Liquid Interfaces. Kinetics of Adsorption and Desorption at Liquid Interfaces.

Introduction -- 2. Thermodynamics of Liquid Surfaces -- 3. Experimental Methods and Procedures in Monolayers -- 4. Lipid Monolayers at Liquid Interfaces -- 5. Biopolymer (Protein) and Synthetic Polymer Monolayers -- 6. Kinetics of Adsorption and Desorption -- 7. Lipid-Protein Monolayers -- 8.

Monolayers of Membrane Proteins -- 9. Lipid Monolayers at Liquid Interfaces. Sams of Macromolecules (Biopolymers and synthetic Polymers) at Liquid Interfaces. Pages Preview Buy Chap95 € Lipid-Protein Monolayers (Model Membrane System: Virus-cell Fusion) Pages Preview Buy Chap Self-assembly monolayer (SAM) structures of lipids and macromolecules have been found to play an important role in many industrial and biological phenomena.

This book describes two procedures, namely the STM and AFM, that are used to study SAMs at solid surfaces. From Fig. 1, the interactions between film forming molecules can be evaluated by the study of the π I –a curves.

In the plots corresponding to the lipid monolayers three different zones can be observed. The first one (at high area values) corresponds to molecular net attractive forces (π i.

The structures of lipid monolayers and biopolymers were investigated by atomic force microscopy (AFM). Collapsed films of different lipids were invest.

As well as assembling lipid bilayers on electrodes, the formation of lipid monolayers at oil-water interfaces (liquid-liquid interfaces) can also be studied electrochemically [] and used to.

Read the latest articles of Journal of Colloid and Interface Science atElsevier’s leading platform of peer-reviewed scholarly literature. Structural models of lipid surface monolayers from X-ray and neutron reflectivity measurements. Advances in Colloid and Interface Science88, DOI: /S(00) J Majewski.

X-ray and neutron surface scattering for studying lipid/polymer assemblies at the air–liquid and solid–liquid interfaces.Lipid and biopolymer monolayers at liquid interfaces. New York: Plenum; Brzozowska I, Figaszewski ZA.

Interfacial tension of phosphatidylcholine-cholesterol system in monolayers at the air/water interface. Biophys Chem. ; – doi: /S(02)This book discusses the biopolymer-based multilayer structures and their application in biosensors and the progress made in the understanding of protein behaviour at the air-water interface.

It also highlights the experimental findings in ellipsometry and reflectometry.