A Langmuir Approach Using Monolayer Interactions to Investigate Surface Active Peptides
Keywords: (AFM); (BAM); (CL); (DEPC); (DMPS); (DOPC); (DOPG); (DPPC); (DPPG); (IEP); (LC); (LE); (LPS); (PC)(SM); (PE); (PG); (POPC); AMPHIPHILIC PEPTIDES; AMPs; AcVP3110; Amphiphilic peptide; Escherichia coli; Gram-negative bacteria; IEP; SIKVAV; adsorption; anticancer peptides; bilayer; compression isotherm analysis; constant area as-say; constant pressure assay; helices; langmuir; langmuir blodgett; maximum; maximum surface pressure; melittin; monolayer; pH; peptide; phospholipid; thermodynamic; thermodynamic analysis
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2010-11-01
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