Lipid domain formation and ligand-receptor distribution in lipid bilayer membranes investigated by atomic force microscopy

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Lipid domain formation and ligand-receptor distribution in lipid bilayer membranes investigated by atomic force microscopy. / Kaasgaard, Thomas; Mouritsen, Ole G.; Jorgensen, Kent.

In: FEBS letters, Vol. 515, No. 1-3, 27.03.2002, p. 29-34.

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Kaasgaard, T, Mouritsen, OG & Jorgensen, K 2002, 'Lipid domain formation and ligand-receptor distribution in lipid bilayer membranes investigated by atomic force microscopy', FEBS letters, vol. 515, no. 1-3, pp. 29-34. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0014-5793(02)02391-8

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Kaasgaard, T., Mouritsen, O. G., & Jorgensen, K. (2002). Lipid domain formation and ligand-receptor distribution in lipid bilayer membranes investigated by atomic force microscopy. FEBS letters, 515(1-3), 29-34. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0014-5793(02)02391-8

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Kaasgaard T, Mouritsen OG, Jorgensen K. Lipid domain formation and ligand-receptor distribution in lipid bilayer membranes investigated by atomic force microscopy. FEBS letters. 2002 Mar 27;515(1-3):29-34. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0014-5793(02)02391-8

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Kaasgaard, Thomas ; Mouritsen, Ole G. ; Jorgensen, Kent. / Lipid domain formation and ligand-receptor distribution in lipid bilayer membranes investigated by atomic force microscopy. In: FEBS letters. 2002 ; Vol. 515, No. 1-3. pp. 29-34.

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abstract = "A novel experimental technique, based on atomic force microscopy (AFM), is proposed to visualize the lateral organization of membrane systems in the nanometer range. The technique involves the use of a ligand-receptor pair, biotin-avidin, which introduces a height variation on a solid-supported lipid bilayer membrane. This leads to a height amplification of the lateral membrane organization that is large enough to be clearly imaged by scanning AFM. The power of the technique is demonstrated for a binary dipalmitoylphosphocholine-diarachidoylphosphocholine lipid mixture which is shown to exhibit a distinct lateral lipid domain formation. The new and simple ligand-receptor-based AFM approach opens up new ways to investigate lipid membrane microstructure in the nanometer range as well as the lateral distribution of ligand-lipid and receptor-protein complexes in supported membrane systems.",
keywords = "Atomic force microscopy, Avidin, Biotin, Langmuir-Blodgett film, Lipid bilayer membrane, Lipid domain, Lipid membrane heterogeneity, Lipid mixture, Phosphatidylcholine",
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