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Planar Lipid Bilayers (BLM's) and Their Applications. Membrane Science and Technology Volume 7- Product Image
Planar Lipid Bilayers (BLM's) and Their Applications. Membrane Science and Technology Volume 7- Product Image

Planar Lipid Bilayers (BLM's) and Their Applications. Membrane Science and Technology Volume 7

  • ID: 1769500
  • Book
  • February 2003
  • Elsevier Science and Technology

The lipid bilayer is the most basic structural element of cell membranes. A wide range of topics are covered in this volume, from the origin of the lipid bilayer concept, to current applications and experimental techniques. Each chapter in this volume is self-contained and describes a group's research, providing detailed methodology and key references useful for researchers. Lipid bilayer research is of great interest to many because of it's interdisciplinary nature.

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I. Lipid bilayer principle of biomembranes
The lipid bilayer concept: Experimental realization and current applications; Dielectric and Electrical Properties of Lipid Bilayers in Relation to their Structure
II. Ion Selectivity, Specificity, and Membrane Reconstitution
Investigation of substrate-specific porin channels in lipid bilayer membranes; Reconstitution in planar lipid bilayers of ion channels synthesized in ovo and in vitro
III. Biotechnology
Systems Aspects of Supported Membrane Biosensors; Biosensors from interactions of DNA with lipid membranes
IV. Light-induced phenomena and spectroscopy
Photoinduced Charge Separation in Lipid Bilayers; Photosynthetic pigment-protein complexes in planar lipid membranes
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H.T. Tien ? Department of Physiology, Michigan State University, Michigan, USA.

A. Ottova-Leitmannova Department of Physiology, Michigan State University, Michigan, USA &
Centre for Interface Sciences Microelectronics Department, Slovak Technical University, Bratislava, Slovak Republic.
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