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Modeling kinetics of subcellular disposition of chemicals.

Balaz S - Chem. Rev. (2009)

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Affiliation: Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, College of Pharmacy, North Dakota State University, Fargo, North Dakota 58105, USA. stefan.balaz@ndsu.edu

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Thermal motion and subregions of the liquid-ordered dioleoylphosphatidylcholine bilayer. The arrows indicate the range of 95% probability of occurrence of (from left) terminal methyls (red), double bonds (blue), carbonyls (red), glycerol (green), phosphate (light blue), choline (black), and hydration water (blue).(220) The subregions are approximated according to the MD simulation results.(292)
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fig3: Thermal motion and subregions of the liquid-ordered dioleoylphosphatidylcholine bilayer. The arrows indicate the range of 95% probability of occurrence of (from left) terminal methyls (red), double bonds (blue), carbonyls (red), glycerol (green), phosphate (light blue), choline (black), and hydration water (blue).(220) The subregions are approximated according to the MD simulation results.(292)

Mentions: Despite intense thermal motion,220,221 the subregions of (i) low headgroup density, (ii) high headgroup density, (iii) high tail density, and (iv) low tail density were discerned in the structure of a hydrated PC bilayer patch that was simulated by molecular dynamics (MD).(292) The borders of the subregions cannot be precisely expressed in terms of the phospholipid structural elements because of their thermal fluctuations. The ranges of thermal motions and the subregion borders of a fluid PC bilayer are outlined in Figure 3.


Modeling kinetics of subcellular disposition of chemicals.

Balaz S - Chem. Rev. (2009)

Thermal motion and subregions of the liquid-ordered dioleoylphosphatidylcholine bilayer. The arrows indicate the range of 95% probability of occurrence of (from left) terminal methyls (red), double bonds (blue), carbonyls (red), glycerol (green), phosphate (light blue), choline (black), and hydration water (blue).(220) The subregions are approximated according to the MD simulation results.(292)
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fig3: Thermal motion and subregions of the liquid-ordered dioleoylphosphatidylcholine bilayer. The arrows indicate the range of 95% probability of occurrence of (from left) terminal methyls (red), double bonds (blue), carbonyls (red), glycerol (green), phosphate (light blue), choline (black), and hydration water (blue).(220) The subregions are approximated according to the MD simulation results.(292)
Mentions: Despite intense thermal motion,220,221 the subregions of (i) low headgroup density, (ii) high headgroup density, (iii) high tail density, and (iv) low tail density were discerned in the structure of a hydrated PC bilayer patch that was simulated by molecular dynamics (MD).(292) The borders of the subregions cannot be precisely expressed in terms of the phospholipid structural elements because of their thermal fluctuations. The ranges of thermal motions and the subregion borders of a fluid PC bilayer are outlined in Figure 3.

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Affiliation: Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, College of Pharmacy, North Dakota State University, Fargo, North Dakota 58105, USA. stefan.balaz@ndsu.edu

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