Dynamics of protein adsorption at the oil-water interface: comparison with a theoretical model

@inproceedings{MaldonadoValderrama2005DynamicsOP,
  title={Dynamics of protein adsorption at the oil-water interface: comparison with a theoretical model},
  author={Julia Maldonado-Valderrama and Valentin B. Fainerman and Eugene V. Aksenenko and Mar{\'i}a Jos{\'e} G{\'a}lvez-Ruiz and Miguel A. Cabrerizo-V{\'i}lchez and Reinhard Miller},
  year={2005}
}
Abstract A novel procedure of analysis of protein adsorption at liquid interfaces is proposed in terms of the steady state (equilibrium) surface pressure–concentration curves and also the dynamic interfacial tension–time curves obtained for each individual protein concentration. The analysis is performed on the basis of a thermodynamic model that has been recently extended to the study of adsorption dynamics. The procedure presented is based on the modification of the area values given to the… CONTINUE READING

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