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The Structure and Conformation of Amphiphilic Membranes Proceedings of the International Workshop on Amphiphilic Membranes, Julich, Germany, Septemb (Springer Proceedings in Physics) by R. Pipowsky

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ContributionsK. Kremer (Editor)
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Number of Pages298
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Open LibraryOL7447071M
ISBN 100387554521
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The Structure and Conformation of Amphiphilic Membranes Proceedings of the International Workshop on Amphiphilic Membranes, Jülich, Germany, September 16–18, Editors: Lipowsky, Reinhard, Richter, Dieter, Kremer, Kurt (Eds.) Free Preview. Lipowsky R., Richter D., Kremer K. () The Structure and Conformation of Amphiphilic Membranes: Overview. In: Lipowsky R., Richter D., Kremer K. (eds) The Structure and Conformation of Amphiphilic Membranes. Springer Proceedings in Physics, vol Print ISBN ; Online ISBN ; eBook Packages Springer Book Cited by: 2. note = "International workshop on amphiphilic membranes ; Conference date: ", Möhwald, H, Kenn, RM, Kjær, K & Als-Nielsen, JA , Monolayers of amphiphilic molecules. in R Lipowsky, D Richter & K Kremer (eds), The structure and conformation of amphiphilic membranes. The Structure and Conformation of Amphiphilic Membranes. () Electron Microscopy of Biological Model Membranes. In: Lipowsky R., Richter D., Kremer K. (eds) The Structure and Conformation of Amphiphilic Membranes. Springer Proceedings in Physics, vol Print ISBN ; Online ISBN ; eBook Packages.

  All these peptides adopt an amphiphilic α-helical conformation, and from solid-state NMR analysis they are known to bind to membranes in two distinct orientations depending on their concentration. At low peptide/lipid (P/L) ratio the helices are aligned parallel to membrane surface (S-state), but with increasing concentration they realign to a. The Structure and Conformation of Amphiphilic Membranes: Overview By R. Lipowsky, D. Richter, and K. Kremer (With 1 Figure) 1 Part I Molecular Structure of Membranes Monolayers of Amphiphilic Molecules By H. Möhwald, R.M. Kenn, K. Kjaer, and J. Als-Nielscn (With 4 Figures) 9 The Determination of the Structure of a Mixed Surfactant Monolayer. The Structure and Conformation of Amphiphilic Membranes. -Nielsen J. () Monolayers of Amphiphilic Molecules. In: Lipowsky R., Richter D., Kremer K. (eds) The Structure and Conformation of Amphiphilic Membranes. Springer Proceedings in Physics, vol Print ISBN ; Online ISBN ; eBook Packages. Amphiphilic membrane is a kind of planar arrays of one or two monomolecular layers, which are derived from self-assembly of amphiphilic molecules, such as lipids, surfactants, or block copolymer amphiphiles, through noncovalent interactions in aqueous solution or in oil–water mixtures (Lipowsky et al. ; Lipowsky ).Amphiphilic molecules, such as lipids or surfactants, possess a.

We have a lot of knowledge about the sequential structure and the steric conformation, whereas poor knowledge about interaction between the signal sequences and membranes. We studied effects of a synthetic amphiphilic peptide on chain orientational order of lipid membranes by the optical birefringence method at high peptide concentrations. In book: Encyclopedia of Membranes, pp The Structure and Conformation of Amphiphilic Membranes: Overview This article concerns the synthesis and characterization of novel.   The conformation and correlations of amphiphilic and antimicrobial peptides and the associated changes of lipid bilayers can be studied in oriented lipid membranes deposited on solid substrates. Here we review recent work on these systems, as studied by modern interface-sensitive X-ray and neutron scattering methods.   Amphiphilic membrane is a kind of planar arrays of one or two monomolecular layers, which are derived from self-assembly of amphiphilic molecules, such as lipids, surfactants, or block copolymer amphiphiles, through noncovalent interactions in aqueous solution or in oil–water mixtures (Lipowsky et al. ; Lipowsky ).Amphiphilic molecules, such as lipids or surfactants, possess .