The dependence of Fluorescein-PE fluorescence intensity on lipid bilayer state. Evaluating the interaction between the probe and lipid molecules.

@article{Kubica2003TheDO,
  title={The dependence of Fluorescein-PE fluorescence intensity on lipid bilayer state. Evaluating the interaction between the probe and lipid molecules.},
  author={Krystian Kubica and Marek Langner and Janina Gabrielska},
  journal={Cellular & molecular biology letters},
  year={2003},
  volume={8 4},
  pages={943-54}
}
The degree of dependence of a lipid bilayer's surface properties on its conformational state is still an unresolved question. Surface properties are functions of molecular organization in the complex interfacial region. In the past, they were frequently measured using fluorescence spectroscopy. Since a fluorescent probe provides information on its local environment, there is a need to estimate the effect caused by the probe itself. In this paper, we address this question by calculating how… CONTINUE READING
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