Seetharamaiah Attili

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Figure S1. Areal mass density Γ during the adsorption of small unilamellar vesicles containing biotinylated lipids (b-SUVs) and streptavidin (SAv), as measured by SE. The start and duration of incubations with samples are indicated by arrows on top of the panels; during remaining times, the silica surface was exposed to pure buffer solution. Areal lipid and(More)
Movements in animals arise through concerted action of neurons and skeletal muscle. General anaesthetics prevent movement and cause loss of consciousness by blocking neural function. Anaesthetics of the amino amide-class are thought to act by blockade of voltage-gated sodium channels. In fish, the commonly used anaesthetic tricaine methanesulphonate, also(More)
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