T. R. Galimzyanov

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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)
A number of processes in living cells are accompanied by significant changes of the geometric curvature of lipid membranes. In turn, heterogeneity of the lateral curvature can lead to spatial redistribution of membrane components, most important of which are transmembrane proteins and liquid-ordered lipid-protein domains. These components have a so-called(More)
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