Observing a molecular knife at work.


Sum frequency generation (SFG) vibrational spectroscopy has been employed to study the molecular interactions between a single substrate supported lipid bilayer and an amphiphilic antibiotic compound 1, with a design based on the common structural motif of natural antimicrobial peptides. The interfacial sensitivity of SFG allows real-time in situ monitoring… (More)


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