(pdf) squeezing of oil-swollen surfactant bilayers by a membrane protein

(PDF) Squeezing of Oil-Swollen Surfactant Bilayers by a Membrane Protein

Squeezing of Oil-Swollen Surfactant Bilayers by a Membrane Protein Article (PDF Available) in Physical Review Letters 77(16):3485 · November 1996 with 46 Reads How we measure 'reads'

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squeezing of oil-swollen surfactant bilayers by a membrane protein

Squeezing of Oil-Swollen Surfactant Bilayers by a Membrane Protein

Squeezing of Oil-Swollen Surfactant Bilayers by a Membrane Protein C. Nicot, 1M. Waks, R. Ober,2 T. Gulik-Krzywicki3, and W. Urbach4 1Laboratoire d’Imagerie Paramétrique, Université Pierre et Marie Curie and URA 1458 CNRS, 15 rue de l’Ecole de

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nonionic surfactant reverse micelles of c12e4 in dodecane: temperature dependence of size and shape | the journal of physical chemistry

Nonionic Surfactant Reverse Micelles of C12E4 in Dodecane: Temperature Dependence of Size and Shape | The Journal of Physical Chemistry

Squeezing of Oil-Swollen Surfactant Bilayers by a Membrane Protein. Physical Review Letters 1996, 77 (16) , 3485-3488. DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.77.3485.. Structural and Dynamical Properties of Microheterogeneous,

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surfactants - general, suppliers, product, process, company, consultancy, reports, msds, study, synthesis - primaryinfo

Surfactants - General, Suppliers, Product, Process, Company, Consultancy, Reports, MSDS, Study, Synthesis - PrimaryInfo

Squeezing of Oil-Swollen Surfactant Bilayers by a Membrane Protein Surfactant-Enhanced Aquifer Remediation (SEAR) Implementation Manual The role of Surfactant Adsorption during Ultrasonication in the dispersion of Single-walled carbon nanotubes

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unbinding-binding transition induced by molecular snaps in model membranes. - pubmed central (pmc)

Unbinding-binding transition induced by molecular snaps in model membranes. - PubMed Central (PMC)

Nicot C, Waks M, Ober R, Gulik-Krzywicki T, Urbach W. Squeezing of Oil-Swollen Surfactant Bilayers by a Membrane Protein. Phys Rev Lett. 1996 Oct 14; 77 (16):3485–3485. [] Sereda TJ, Mant CT, Quinn AM, Hodges RS. Effect of the alpha-amino group

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unbinding-binding transition induced by molecular snaps in model membranes. - europe pmc article - europe pubmed central

Unbinding-binding transition induced by molecular snaps in model membranes. - Europe PMC Article - Europe PubMed Central

Nicot C, Waks M, Ober R, Gulik-Krzywicki T, Urbach W. Squeezing of Oil-Swollen Surfactant Bilayers by a Membrane Protein. Phys Rev Lett. 1996 Oct 14; 77 (16):3485–3485. [] Sereda TJ, Mant CT, Quinn AM, Hodges RS. Effect of the alpha-amino group

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fusion and fission of fluid amphiphilic bilayers

Fusion and fission of fluid amphiphilic bilayers

Request PDF | Fusion and fission of fluid amphiphilic bilayers | The system water-oil (n-decane)-nonionic surfactant (C12E5) forms bilayer phases in a large concentration region

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unbinding–binding transition induced by molecular snaps in model membranes - sciencedirect

Unbinding–Binding Transition Induced by Molecular Snaps in Model Membranes - ScienceDirect

2000/2/1 · The continuous line represents the fit to Eq. 11, and the experimental points carried out atR. Ober, T. Gulik-Krzywicki, W. UrbachSqueezing of oil-swollen surfactant bilayers by a membrane protein PRL., 77 (1996), pp. 3485-3488 Google

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an oil by means of a micropipette, a flow of the surfactant aggregates towards the oil phase is observed. The incorporation of the oil into the surfactant bilayers leads to the formation of oil lms within the bilayers that are unstable. The

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tuning membrane thickness fluctuations in model lipid bilayers

Tuning Membrane Thickness Fluctuations in Model Lipid Bilayers

direct observation of membrane fluctuations in oil-swollen surfactant bilayers (20) and unilamellar lipid vesicles (12). The NSE studies on single-component lipid bilayers with different lipidtaillengths,i.e.,DMPC(dimyristoylphospha-tidylcholine)

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isotropic phases of bilayers - sciencedirect

Isotropic phases of bilayers - ScienceDirect

1996/6/1 · Isotropic phases of bilayers Gregoire Porte The bending properties of surfactant bilayers are the foundation for the formation and stability of the so-called L3 sponge phase. During the past two years, improved theoretical interpretations and

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microemulsions and the flexibility of oil/water interfaces | the journal of physical chemistry

Microemulsions and the flexibility of oil/water interfaces | The Journal of Physical Chemistry

Rheological Behavior of Oil-Swollen Wormlike Surfactant Micelles. The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 2015 , 119 (52) , 15938-15946. DOI: 10.1021/acs.jpcb.5b10505.

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properties of surfactant monolayers in relation to microemulsion phase behaviour - sciencedirect

Properties of surfactant monolayers in relation to microemulsion phase behaviour - ScienceDirect

1994/4/29 · The relationship between the properties of surfactant monolayers at oil-water interfaces and the phase behaviour in bulk of mixtures of oil + water + surfactant is discussed. Such monolayer properties include the spontaneous curvature, c o the

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nmr in microemulsions. nmr translational diffusion studies of a model microemulsion - sciencedirect

NMR in microemulsions. NMR translational diffusion studies of a model microemulsion - ScienceDirect

1999/11/1 · Such a reference system could be obtained by measuring the surfactant and oil diffusion parallel to the bilayers in an oil-swollen lamellar phase (in which the oil-to-surfactant concentration ratios are appropriate), in which the size of the

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light scattering study of surfactant mu tilayers e last icity of incorporated proteins.

Light Scattering Study of Surfactant Mu tilayers E last icity of Incorporated Proteins.

surfactant polar headgroups [12]. In order to obtain swollen lamellar phases, we have added salt (0.4 M NaC1) to screen the electrostatic repulsions between the surfactant molecules and l-pentanol to adjust the curvature of the surfactant layer

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a theoretical investigation of the influence of the second critical micelle concentration on the solubilization capacity of surfactant micelles

A theoretical investigation of the influence of the second critical micelle concentration on the solubilization capacity of surfactant micelles

Surfactant molecules self-assemble in an aqueous solvent above the (first) critical micelle concentration (CMC 1) and form micelles.Above CMC 1 micelles grow in size upon further increasing the surfactant concentration. The growth behavior of

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critical micelle concentration - an overview | sciencedirect topics

Critical Micelle Concentration - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics

Bilayers, biological membranes and other surfactant aggregates such as vesicles and micelles in microemulsions are not rigid but fluid-like, moving constantly under thermal fluctuations. In the case of bilayers and membranes, the component surfa

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microemulsion: prediction of the phase diagram with a modi ed helfrich free energy - mpg.pure

Microemulsion: Prediction of the Phase diagram with a modi ed Helfrich free energy - MPG.PuRe

with equal water to oil proportion as a function of surfactant con-centration. The ’body’ of the sh has a surfactant-rich phase coex-isting with a water and a oil-rich phase, from a temperature region T l to T u (marked with dashed line). The

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tuning membrane thickness fluctuations in model lipid bilayers

Tuning Membrane Thickness Fluctuations in Model Lipid Bilayers

direct observation of membrane fluctuations in oil-swollen surfactant bilayers (20) and unilamellar lipid vesicles (12). The NSE studies on single-component lipid bilayers with different lipidtaillengths,i.e.,DMPC(dimyristoylphospha-tidylcholine)

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lipid bilayers: clusters, domains and phases

Lipid Bilayers: Clusters, Domains and Phases

In some cases, these are related to ordinary micelles, with the micelle interior swollen with “oil” (water-insoluble components), or the reverse, or with no discontinuous environment (bicontinuous). The size scale of its smaller dimension is 3 –

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the lamellar and sponge phases of dilute surfactant systems: structures and defects at equilibrium and under shear

The lamellar and sponge phases of dilute surfactant systems: Structures and defects at equilibrium and under shear

The swollen quasi-ternary surfactant system made of CpCl (cetylpyridinium chloride), hexanol and brine (1%wt NaCl) displays a sequence of phases (micellar L 1 , lamellar L , sponge L 3 ; see figure 1) whose stabilities are tuned by the bending

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interaction of stabilized alkylbenzene sulfonate surfactants on the nanoscale with water-wet and oil-wet carbonate surfaces under high-salinity

Interaction of Stabilized Alkylbenzene Sulfonate Surfactants on the Nanoscale with Water-Wet and Oil-Wet Carbonate Surfaces under High-Salinity

Interaction of Stabilized Alkylbenzene Sulfonate Surfactants on the Nanoscale with Water-Wet and Oil-Wet Carbonate Surfaces under High-Salinity and High-Temperature Conditions: A QCM‑D Study Mohammed R. Kawelah, Ayrat Gizzatov,* David Jung, and

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a theoretical investigation of the influence of the second critical micelle concentration on the solubilization capacity of surfactant micelles

A theoretical investigation of the influence of the second critical micelle concentration on the solubilization capacity of surfactant micelles

Hoffmann and Ulbricht also demonstrated, using simple geometrical arguments, that the area per molecule of an infinitely long cylindrical micelle with radius ξ is identical to that of a spherical swollen micelle with radius R =3ξ/2, the value of

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neutron reflectometry of an anionic surfactant at the solid–liquid interface under shear | langmuir

Neutron Reflectometry of an Anionic Surfactant at the Solid–Liquid Interface under Shear | Langmuir

Neutron reflectometry with in situ rheology is used to measure the shear response of an adsorbed anionic surfactant (sodium bis(2-ethylhexyl) sulfosuccinate, AOT) at the alumina–water interface. A low surfactant concentration is measured where a

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structural parameters of lamellar phases formed by the self-assembly of dialkyldimethylammonium bromides in aqueous solution - scielo

Structural Parameters of Lamellar Phases Formed by the Self-Assembly of Dialkyldimethylammonium Bromides in Aqueous Solution - SciELO

As expected, the area occupied by the surfactants in the bilayers are greater in the fluid phase, once in this state, the molecular mobility predominates, unlike the gel phase, in which the surfactant molecules are more densely packed forming

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langmuir films at the oil/water interface revisited | scientific reports

Langmuir films at the oil/water interface revisited | Scientific Reports

2019/2/19 · Note that, in method AM A/O, it would be required that the amphipathic surfactant poured over the upper surface have no stability at the A/O interface and to be insoluble in the oil phase to

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the structure and dynamics of nano particles encapsulated by the sds monolayer collapse at the water/tce interface - scientific reports

The structure and dynamics of Nano Particles encapsulated by the SDS monolayer collapse at the water/TCE interface - Scientific Reports

The structure of swollen micelle for the L x × L y = 120 Å × 120 Å system with NPs at 28.4 SDS/Å 2 coverage, (a) profile of swollen micelle encapsulating TCE molecules and NPs, (b) The radial

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