We have used molecular modeling methods to study the interfaces between calcite crystals and monolayers of stearic acid.
The ideal solution would be to study mass transfer across monolayers of cultured endothelium.
monolayers of cells of a specific type e.g. liver grown in culture medium.
Many of their applications utilize the ability of these particles to stay firmly attached to oil-water interfaces, thus forming particle monolayers.
Therefore the focus of my DPhil research is on protein resistant self assembled monolayers (SAMs ).
The surface properties will be controlled by chemically grafting monolayers with different functional groups on the outer surface.
Cellular invasion can be duplicated in vitro with polarized epithelial cell monolayers, and parasites ' activated ' to acquire infectivity.
Phase Transitions The difficulties in imaging organic monolayers are increased by instabilities at elevated temperatures.
This theory is based on SIMS experiments which show the presence of about 1% of carbon in the top few monolayers.
It is quite a challenge to obtain clear EXAFS signals from samples with a mean thickness of only 12 atomic monolayers.
The changes in crystal morphology observed under the different monolayers were attributed to changes in the monolayer structure as a function of chain length.
The cell monolayers will also be employed in transport studies to investigate the ability of ZOT to facilitate protein transport across the tight junctions.
A. Nelson 2001, Conducting gramicidin activity in phospholipid monolayers, Biophys.
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