B. H. Zhao

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A vesicle is a viscous droplet enclosed by a lipid bilayer. The bilayer membrane behaves like a two-dimensional incompressible fluid in that it admits relative in-plane shear motion between lipid molecules without incurring any static shear stress. The membrane fluidity allows a clear distinction to be made between vesicles and capsules such as red blood(More)
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