2. Functional Tethered Bimolecular Lipid Membranes (tBLMs) (I. Köper et al.).
3. Birefringence Studies on Effects of Additives on Bilayer Lipid Membranes (Kiyoshi Mishima).
4. Visualization and Characterization of Domains in Supported Model Membranes (H.A. Rinia et al.).
5. Physicochemical Insights into Equilibria in Bilayer Lipid Membranes (A.D. Petelska et al.).
6. Effects of Sugars on the Stability and Structure of Lipid Membranes During Drying (D.K. Hincha et al.).
7. Atomic Force Microscopy of Lipid Bilayers (H.-J. Butt, A.K. Awizio).
8. Interfaces, Bifaces and Nanotechnology (Jian-Shan Ye et al.).
9. Interaction of Polyene Macrolide Antibiotics with Lipid Model Membranes (M. Baginski et al.).
10. On the use of Impedance Spectroscopy for Studying Bilayer Lipid Membranes (A.E. Vallejo, C.A. Gervasi).
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