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The Structure and Conformation of Amphiphilic Membranes : Proceedings of the International Workshop on Amphiphilic Membranes, Jülich, Germany, September 16-18, 1991

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概要 Membranes composed of amphiphilic molecules are highly flexible surfaces that determine the architecture of biological systems and provide a basic structural element for complex fluids such as microem...ulsions. Recently, a variety of new experimental methods such as X-ray scattering, neutron scattering, and atomic force microscopy have been used in order to study themolecular structure of these membranes. Their conformational behavior, on the other hand, is studied by optical and electron microscopy, which reveals that membranes in aqueous solution exhibit an amazing variety of different shapes. Several theoretical concepts are described suchas bending elasticity, curvature, and minimal surfaces in order to understand this polymorphism. These concepts are also useful to describe the behavior of membranes in complex fluids where they can build up hexagonal, lamellar, triply-periodic, cubic, and sponge phases. The contributions to this volume provide an up-to-date overview and describe thestate-of-the-art of this rapidly evolving field of research.続きを見る
目次 The Structure and Conformation of Amphiphilic Membranes: Overview
I Molecular Structure of Membranes
Monolayers of Amphiphilic Molecules
The Determination of the Structure of a Mixed Surfactant Monolayer by Specular Neutron Reflection
Does the Scanning Force Microsope Resolve Individual Lipid Molecules?
Domain Formation in a Lipid Monolayer
Structure and Dynamics of Planar and Spherical Supported Phospholipid Bilayers
Translational Diffusion and Fluid Phase Connectivity in Multi-Component, Multi-Phase Lipid Bilayer Membranes
Estimation of Gel and Fluid Domain Sizes in Two-Component Lipid Bilayers
Phosphatidyl-Glycerol in Mixtures with Positively Charged Amphiphiles: A 2H- and 31P-NMR Study of the Phase Behaviour and Headgroup Structure
Diffusion Controlled Reactions in Two-Dimensional Space. The Pyrene Excimer Example
Ripple Phase in Mixed Model Membrane
Microscopic Theory for the Ripple Phase
The Influence of Local Anaesthetics on the Temperature and Pressure Dependent Phase Behaviour of Model Biomembranes
Bilayer Elasticity and Its Effects on Channel-Forming Peptides
Interaction of Charged and Uncharged Calcium Channel Antagonists with Phospholipid Membranes. Binding Equilibrium, Binding Enthalpy, and Membrane Location
Melittin-Induced Reversible Micelle? Bilayer Transition
Theory of Hydration Forces
Force Equilibria Between Charged Surfaces with Confined Polyelectrolyte Chains
II Conformation of Membranes
Budding Transition for Bilayer Fluid Vesicles with Area-Difference Elasticity
Some Remarks on the Shape of Toroidal Vesicles
The Effect of Membrane Elasticity on Shapes of Nearly Spherical Phospholipid Vesicles
Electron Microscopy of Biological Model Membranes
Erythrocytes Membranes: Tethered Shells with Fluid-Like Deformation Regime
The Isolated Human Red Blood Cell Skeleton: An Example of a Flexible Tethered Membrane
Dynamics of Flat Membranes and Flickering in Red Blood Cells
A New Cell Model - Actin Networks Encaged by Giant Vesicles
Numerical Simulations of Vesicular and Red Blood Cell Shapes in Three Dimensions
Dynamic Coupling and Nonlocal Curvature Elasticity in Bilayer Membranes
Phospholipid Membrane Local and Non-Local Bending Moduli Determined by Tether Formation from Aspirated Vesicles
Vesicle-Substrate Interaction Studied by Reflection Interference Contrast Microscopy
Surface Induced Fusion of Vesicles into Planar Bilayers
The Shape of an Adhered Membrane Cylinder
Deformation of Giant Lipid Vesicles in an Electric Field
The Effect of the Electric Field on the Shapes of Phospholipid Vesicles
AC Field Controlled Formation of Giant Fluctuating Vesicles and Bending Elasticity Measurements
III Membranes in Complex Fluids
Micelles and Vesicles of Gangliosides
Self-Assembly of Bipolar Lipids
Determination of Size and Structure of Lipid IVA Vesiclesin by Quasi-Elastic Light Scattering and Small-Angle X-Ray Scattering
Multicomponent Vesicular Aggregates (MCVA): Spontaneous Vesiculation of Perfluorinated Single-Chain Surfactant Mixtures
Formation of Colloid and Liquid Crystal Phases of Magnesium Dodecylbenzenesulfonate: Interpretation by Fractals
Ginzburg-Landau Theory of Bulk and Interfacial Properties of Amphiphilic Systems
Shape and Size Fluctuation of Microemulsion Droplets
Microemulsions in Technical Processes
The Effect of Additives on Surfactant Sheets in Microemulsions
Membrane Curvature and Structural Transitions for Charged/Uncharged Phospholipid Mixtures
Epitaxial Relationships Between Adjacent Phases in Hydrated Monoolein
Films of Amphiphiles and Minimal Surfaces
Phase Transitions in Cubic Amphiphilic Crystals
Elasticity and Excitations of Minimal Crystals
Inverse Micellar Cubic Phases of Lipids
Swollen Lyotropic Cubic Phases in Fully Hydrated Mixtures of Monoolein, Dioleoylphosphatidylcholine, and Dioleoylphosphatidylethanolamine
Surfactant Phases with Bilayer Structures and Their Rheological Properties
Sponge Phases
Structural Inversion Processes in Three-Component Ionic Microemulsion Siudied by Small Angle Neutron Scattering
The L3 Phase Microstructure in the AOT-Brine System has a Low Average Coordination Number
Hydrodynamic Modes of a Viscoelastic Membrane or Interface
The Undulation Mode of Freely Suspended Liquid Films
Index of Contributors.
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