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bilayer

[′bī‚lā·ər]
(chemistry)
A layer two molecules thick, such as that formed on the surface of the aqueous phase by phospholipids in aqueous solution.
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The experiments were carried out on reactive PP-g-MA/(EVOH or PA6) bilayers and nonreactive PP/(EVOH or PA6) bilayers.
These systems are lipid based vesicles that self assemble into bilayers to entrap both hydrophilic and lipophilic compounds.
The effect of number of bilayers and initial concentration of dye solution was investigated.
The system performed for the simulation consists of TiAIVN/TiAIV bilayers with constant total thickness of 2 urn, a substrate of stainless steel and a Vickers diamond tip with an angle of 136[degrees].
com)-- Bilayer recording is a well-established technique for in-depth studies of biophysical properties of ion channels and is particularly suited for functional studies on proteins residing in intracellular membranes.
Conclusions: The formation of permanent colloidal structures consisting of bilayer phases like e.
In a one-dimensional SNG photonic crystal (PC), that is formed by repeating the ENG-MNG bilayers, there is an SNG gap which exhibits some salient features different from the Bragg gap in a usual photonic crystal [15-18].
Their perspectives include theory and simulation, supported model bilayers, and clinical applications.
The whole system may include not only a single lipidic layer but a stack of several bilayers.
2), (3) developed an alternative system consisting of bilayers of liquid membranes generated from constituent lipids biomembrane (e.
have succeeded in creating protein-embedded lipid bilayers on the surface of a porous, liquid-filled aerogel.