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Structural Changes within the Tethering Elements of tBLMs under the Effect of Bias Potentials

Project Member(s): Cranfield, C., Valenzuela, S., Cornell, B.

Funding or Partner Organisation: The Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation (ANSTO Project funding)

Start year: 2015

Summary: The present proposal seeks to extend the study of both the spacing and volume of the tethered lipid bilayer membrane reservoir due to the application of a bias potential between the supporting gold electrode and the bulk of the bathing electrolyte solution.


Cranfield, CG, Berry, T, Holt, SA, Hossain, KR, Le Brun, AP, Carne, S, Al Khamici, H, Coster, H, Valenzuela, SM & Cornell, B 2016, 'Evidence of the Key Role of H3O+ in Phospholipid Membrane Morphology', LANGMUIR, vol. 32, no. 41, pp. 10725-10734.
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FOR Codes: Biological Physics, Expanding Knowledge in the Biological Sciences