Lipid-polyethylene glycol interactions: I. Induction of fusion between liposomes


Fusion between unilamellar vesicles of both egg phosphatidylcholine and bovine phosphatidylserine was induced by polyethylene glycol. Aggregation and fusion events were monitored by electron microscopy and turbidity measurements. The threshold concentration of polyethylene glycol for aggregation and fusion is found to be independent of lipid concentration… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF01870200

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