Budding and tubulation in highly oblate vesicles by anchored amphiphilic molecules.

@article{Tsafrir2003BuddingAT,
  title={Budding and tubulation in highly oblate vesicles by anchored amphiphilic molecules.},
  author={Ilan Tsafrir and Yaron Caspi and Marie-Alice Guedeau-Boudeville and Tamar Arzi and Joel Stavans},
  journal={Physical review letters},
  year={2003},
  volume={91 13},
  pages={138102}
}
We studied local budding and tubulation induced in highly oblate lipid vesicles by the anchoring of either polymers having a hydrophilic backbone and grafted hydrophobic anchor groups, or by oleoyl-coenzyme A, an amphiphilic molecule important in lipid metabolism. The dynamics of bud formation, shrinkage, and readsorption is consistent with an induced spontaneous curvature coupled with local amphiphile diffusion on the membrane. We report a novel metastable state prior to bud readsorption. 

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