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Oxidized phospholipids induce phase separation in lipid vesicles
It is concluded that oxidized lipid induces phase separation in more rigid DPPC‐ rich membranes, while leaving fluidity unaffected in more fluid LPPC‐rich membranes, and at higher temperature. Expand
Different oxidized phospholipid molecules unequally affect bilayer packing.
It is concluded that the effects of different oxidized phospholipid bilayer structure cannot be generalized, as happens with batch-oxidizedospholipids, and that the use of defined oxidizer molecular species for membrane oxidative stress guarantees a more reliable and detailed response. Expand
The Videoinsight® Method: improving early results following total knee arthroplasty
The Videoinsight(®) psychological enhancing method, by the view of video art images, combined to an adequate rehabilitation protocol can be a means for further improving short-term clinical and functional outcomes by giving a psychological support to patients who underwent total knee arthroplasty. Expand
Spin labeling EPR studies of the properties of oxidized phospholipid-containing lipid vesicles.
It is concluded that carboxyacyl lecithins in MLVs tend to disrupt vesicle structure, while conjugated dienes leCithins are more able to affect some physical properties of the bilayer, and that DPPC inMLVs enhances these effects while PLPC shows a better compatibility with the lipoperoxides. Expand
Comparative 5-doxylstearoyllecithin and 3-doxylcholestane EPR spin labeling study of phospholipid bilayer perturbation by different oxidized lecithin species.
The results suggest that CD-PCs might yield SPB bilayer structures with a disordered hydrophobic core, while pure CC-PC more probably forms non-bilayer disordered structures, possibly micelles or mixed micelle/bilayers. Expand