O. V. Batishchev

S. A. Akimov3
G. F. Voronina2
3S. A. Akimov
2G. F. Voronina
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The process of electroporation of bilayer lipid membranes made of diphytanoylphosphatidylcholine (DPhPC) has been studied. DPhPC combines a polar part typical for lipids of eukaryotic cells and branched isoprenoid chains forming the hydrophobic “tails” of archaea lipids. From the experimental dependence of the average lifetime on the magnitude of the(More)
Theoretical model of structure of through pore in lipid bilayer is developed. We assumed that hydrophobic void can appear between monolayers of the membrane. The void is supposed to be filled by organic solvent or low-polarity impurities, which are usually present in artificial and cell membranes. The pore edge was divided to three regions: two monolayer(More)
We consider the process of fusion of lipid membranes from the stage of stalk with minimal radius to the stage of fusion pore. We assume that stalk directly developed into the fusion pore, omitting the stage of hemifusion diaphragm. Energy of intermediate stages is calculated on the basis of the classical elasticity theory of liquid crystals adapted for(More)
The heating and evolution of ionized single cluster in a strong laser field is studied with molecular dynamics simulation. The electron temperature increase and particle expelling from evolution of deuterium and iron clusters are discussed. It is shown that the optimal regime for effective electron heating corresponds to laser field comparable to the(More)
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