Dynamic Imaging of Lipid Membranes by Means of Water

@inproceedings{Tarun2019DynamicIO,
  title={Dynamic Imaging of Lipid Membranes by Means of Water},
  author={Orly Bagunu Tarun},
  year={2019}
}
Lipid membranes are dynamic and self-assembled structures whose composition critically determines the properties of membranes of cells and organelles. They are complex and in a constant state of flux. However, molecular-level understanding of lipid membranes is based on spectroscopic measurements and molecular dynamics simulations of simplified lipid monolayer systems. As spectroscopic measurements rely on spatial and temporal averaging and are necessarily linked to mean field models… CONTINUE READING

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