Advances in Planar Lipid Bilayers and Liposomes
- H.T. Tien †, Department of Physiology, Michigan State University, Michigan, USA
- A. Ottova-Leitmannova, Department of Physiology, Michigan State University, Michigan, USA & Centre for Interface Sciences Microelectronics Department, Slovak Technical University, Bratislava, Slovak Republic
This new series on bilayer lipid membranes (BLMs and liposomes) include invited chapters on a broad range of topics, from theoretical investigations, specific studies, experimental methods, to practical applications.
Written for newcomers, experienced scientists, and those who are not familiar with these specific research areas, the Series covers all aspects of lipid bilayer investigations, both fundamental and applied.
biochemists, biologists, biophysicists, bioengineers and technologists, electrochemists, physiologists, pharmacologists, surface and colloid scientists, and others working on ultrathin films and membrane phenomena.
- Published: June 2005
- Imprint: ACADEMIC PRESS
- ISBN: 978-0-12-690851-0
Table of Contents1. The Lipid Bilayer Principle: A Historic Perspective and some Highlights (A. Ottova, H.T. Tien).
2. Dipole Potential of Bilayer Membranes (E.E. Pohl).
3. Studying Calcium Channels from the Plasma Membrane of Plant Root Cells in Planar Lipid Bilayers (P.J. White).
4. Ion Permeability Induced in Planar Lipid Bilayer Membranes by Quinone Derived from Eukaryotic Microorganisms (Yoshinori Muto, Kyoshi Kawai).
5. Sensitized Photoinactivation of Gramacidin Channels: Technique and Applications (Y.N. Antonenko, E.A. Kotova).
6. The Photoreceptor Membranes a Model System in the Study of Biological Signal Transduction (T. Huber, T.P. Sakmar).
7. Channels Formed in Planar Lipid Bilayers by Amyloid Peptides (B.L. Kagan et al.).
8. Design and Application of Planar Bilayer Lipid Membranes Containing Biological Ion Channels for Chemical Sensing (Masao Sugawara, Ayumi Hirano).
9. 2D-Protein Crystals (S-Layers) as Support for Lipid Membranes (B. Schuster, U.B. Sleytr).
10. High Frequency Love Acoustic Waves and their Application to the Study of Supported Lipid Bilayers and Membrane-related Events (E. Gizeli, K. Melzak).