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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «AMPHIPATH»
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Mechanosensitive Ion Channels
hydrophilic and hydrophobic character, will intercalate into membranes and thus
change the lateral pressure profile within the membrane. A combination of a
charge on the amphipath and the potential across the membrane can lead to an ...
Thermodynamics of Membrane Receptors and Channels
The relative expansion of the monolayers results in membrane tension: where E
= two-dimensional elasticity modulus of area expansion of one monolayer, aQ -
area of one amphipath molecule, and rin and n°ut = concentrations of
Bentley's Textbook of Pharmaceutics
The CMC may also be estimated by the addition of traces of a third component
whose absorption spectrum depends upon the state of aggregation of the
amphipath. Marked spectral changes are frequently observed with ionic
Sanjay Kumar Jain, Vandana Soni, 2012
Proceedings of the International Symposium on Recent ...
... of an amphipath family that bends membranes outward while chlorpromazine (
CPZ) belongs to an amphipath family that bends membranes inward. Two of the
outer hair cell lateral wall's three layers are direct targets for amphipathic drugs ...
Liposomes can be formed from a wide variety of natural or synthetic
phospholipids to which other amphipath molecules of specific function might be
added — for instance, steroids, long-chain cations or anions. 2. Solvent
molecules — for ...
Molecular Evolution of Physiological Processes: Society of ...
The amphipath experiment and the reconstitution experiment in E. coli suggest
that the channel responds to stress forces in the lipid bilayer instead. Indeed,
Sukharev et al. (1993, 1994) have shown that MscS and MscL can be solubilized
in a ...
Society of General Physiologists. Symposium, Douglas M. Fambrough, 1994
Handbook of Neurochemistry and Molecular Neurobiology: ...
Although no direct evidence for transbilayer phospholipid transport has been
reported, it is likely that the P4-ATPases are involved either directly or indirectly in
amphipath transport. 2.3.2 Multidrug Resistance Proteins The second class of ...
Abel Lajtha, Guido Tettamanti, Gianfrancesco Goracci, 2009
Cytoskeleton involvement in erythrocyte and platelet shape ...
43b vs. 4.4b).* Platelet morphology also changes dramatically in response to
amphipath treatment (Ferrell, et al., 1988). Agents such as
dilauroylphosphatidylcholine (DLPC) and lysophosphatidylcholine (lysoPC)
induce spiculation, while ...
Michael John Stevenson, Stanford University. Dept. of Chemistry, 1993
Introduction to biological membranes
It must be emphasized that such an interfacial adsorption is an equilibrium
phenomenon, which will always tend to maintain a greater surface concentration
than the bulk concentration of the amphipath. Due to structural constraints the ...
Mahendra Kumar Jain, Roger Curtis Wagner, 1980
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the ...
For the amphipath uptake measurements on cell membranes, two types of
experiments were performed. In one, intact cells were used, and, after desorption
of a suspension containing an amphipath, suction was applied through the filter ...
National Academy of Sciences (U.S.), 1979