Neutron Reflectometry for Studying Proteins/Peptides in Biomimetic Membranes

@inproceedings{Yeung2016NeutronRF,
  title={Neutron Reflectometry for Studying Proteins/Peptides in Biomimetic Membranes},
  author={Joyee Chun In Yeung and Tsung-Wu Lin and Hsin-Hui Shen},
  year={2016}
}
The development of biomimetic surfaces for protein and peptide adsorptions is continu‐ ously expanding. Their biological functions can be influenced by the properties of the un‐ derlying artificial environment but the detailed mechanism is still not clear. In the past 30 years, neutron reflectometry has been widely applied to characterise the molecular struc‐ ture of proteins or multi-protein complexes and their interactions with fluid artificial membrane that mimics the cellular environment… CONTINUE READING

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