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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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Cross sections of spherical or discoid phospholipid aggregates: (A) liposomes, (B) supported bilayers on microspheres, (C) monolayers on alkylated microspheres, (D) nanodisks, (E) immobilized artificial membranes, and (F) bicelles. The schematic structures are not drawn to proportion. More details are given in the text.
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fig4: Cross sections of spherical or discoid phospholipid aggregates: (A) liposomes, (B) supported bilayers on microspheres, (C) monolayers on alkylated microspheres, (D) nanodisks, (E) immobilized artificial membranes, and (F) bicelles. The schematic structures are not drawn to proportion. More details are given in the text.

Mentions: Depending on the preparation, the support used, the lipid composition, the lipid concentration, and the temperature, the phospholipid aggregates can have nanoscale dimensions and spherical, discoid, or oblate ellipsoid shapes (see Figure 4), or macroscopic spherical or planar geometries. The aggregates include free and gel-trapped liposomes and other bilayer-based corpuscles, supported bilayers, and monolayers at solid, liquid, and gas interfaces with water.


Modeling kinetics of subcellular disposition of chemicals.

Balaz S - Chem. Rev. (2009)

Cross sections of spherical or discoid phospholipid aggregates: (A) liposomes, (B) supported bilayers on microspheres, (C) monolayers on alkylated microspheres, (D) nanodisks, (E) immobilized artificial membranes, and (F) bicelles. The schematic structures are not drawn to proportion. More details are given in the text.
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fig4: Cross sections of spherical or discoid phospholipid aggregates: (A) liposomes, (B) supported bilayers on microspheres, (C) monolayers on alkylated microspheres, (D) nanodisks, (E) immobilized artificial membranes, and (F) bicelles. The schematic structures are not drawn to proportion. More details are given in the text.
Mentions: Depending on the preparation, the support used, the lipid composition, the lipid concentration, and the temperature, the phospholipid aggregates can have nanoscale dimensions and spherical, discoid, or oblate ellipsoid shapes (see Figure 4), or macroscopic spherical or planar geometries. The aggregates include free and gel-trapped liposomes and other bilayer-based corpuscles, supported bilayers, and monolayers at solid, liquid, and gas interfaces with water.

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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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