Fluid and protein motion in monomolecular and bilayer films overlying sublayers of finite depth

@inproceedings{Stone1996FluidAP,
  title={Fluid and protein motion in monomolecular and bilayer films overlying sublayers of finite depth},
  author={Howard A Stone},
  year={1996}
}
Motion of a monolayer, bilayer or other surface film is affected by the presence of a surrounding fluid phase. Several recent experimental and theoretical studies have examined this viscous coupling with particular attention given to situations where the subphase provides the dominant resistance to motion. This research is summarized and the translation of a membrane-bound particle over a sublayer of finite depth is considered.