Membranes and vesicles formed by lipids are integral to all cellular life. Not surprisingly, membrane biophysics plays an important role in understanding biological processes. As noted by the book editor, A/Prof Charles Cranfield, “tough the principles of lipid bilayer self-assembly and deformation are well understood today, the fundamental biophysical dynamics at play between differing lipid types and their association with membrane-interacting proteins and peptides provide many avenues for further scientific discovery.”
This book is part of the critically acclaimed Methods in Molecular Biology book series where experienced researchers share their knowledge and expertise. Each chapter contains a detailed description of a technique or experiment and is supported with helpful notes and tips for troubleshooting.
The newly released book Membrane lipids contains chapters on
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