Interactions of voltage-sensing dyes with membranes. II. Spectrophotometric and electrical correlates of cyanine-dye adsorption to membranes.

@article{Krasne1980InteractionsOV,
  title={Interactions of voltage-sensing dyes with membranes. II. Spectrophotometric and electrical correlates of cyanine-dye adsorption to membranes.},
  author={S. Krasne},
  journal={Biophysical journal},
  year={1980},
  volume={30 3},
  pages={441-62}
}
  • S. Krasne
  • Published 1980 in Biophysical journal
The adsorption to bilayer membranes of the thiadicarbocyanine dyes, diSCn(5), has been studied as a function of the membrane's surface-charge density, the aqueous ionic strength, and the length (n) of the hydrocarbon side chain of the dye. "Probe" measurements in planar bilayers, microelectrophoresis of liposomes, and measurement of changes in dye absorbance and fluorescence in liposomes were used to study dye adsorption to membranes. These measurements indicated that the membrane:water… CONTINUE READING

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