Change in permeability of liposomes caused by methylmercury and inorganic mercury.

@article{Nakada1978ChangeIP,
  title={Change in permeability of liposomes caused by methylmercury and inorganic mercury.},
  author={Satoko Nakada and Keizo Inoue and Satoshi Nojima and Nobumasa Imura},
  journal={Chemico-biological interactions},
  year={1978},
  volume={22 1},
  pages={15-23}
}
The effects of two mercurial compounds, methylmercury and inorganic mercury, on lipids were examined by measuring permeability change of lipid bilayer, liposome. Both decrease in the cholesterol content and increase in the content of unsaturated fatty acid moieties in the lipid bilayers, augmented to susceptibility of the liposomes to the mercurial compounds. Inorganic mercury and methylmercury disrupted the lipid membrane to essentially the same extent. The influence on the permeability seems… CONTINUE READING

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The effects of two mercurial compounds , methylmercury and inorganic mercury , on lipids were examined by measuring permeability change of lipid bilayer , liposome .
The effects of two mercurial compounds , methylmercury and inorganic mercury , on lipids were examined by measuring permeability change of lipid bilayer , liposome .
The effects of two mercurial compounds , methylmercury and inorganic mercury , on lipids were examined by measuring permeability change of lipid bilayer , liposome .
The effects of two mercurial compounds , methylmercury and inorganic mercury , on lipids were examined by measuring permeability change of lipid bilayer , liposome .
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