Behavior of 2,6-bis(decyloxy)naphthalene inside lipid bilayer.

  title={Behavior of 2,6-bis(decyloxy)naphthalene inside lipid bilayer.},
  author={M. Kepczynski and Marta Kumorek and M. Stȩpniewski and T. R{\'o}g and B. Kozik and D. Jamr{\'o}z and J. Bednar and M. Nowakowska},
  journal={The journal of physical chemistry. B},
  volume={114 47},
  • M. Kepczynski, Marta Kumorek, +5 authors M. Nowakowska
  • Published 2010
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • The journal of physical chemistry. B
  • Interactions between small organic molecules and lipid or cell membranes are important because of their role in the distribution of biologically active substances inside the membrane and their permeation through the cell membranes. In the current paper, we have explored the effect of the attachment of long hydrocarbon tails on the behavior of small organic molecule inside the lipid membrane. Naphthalene with two decyloxy groups attached at the opposite sites of the ring (2,6-bis(decyloxy… CONTINUE READING
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