Making a Tool of an Artifact: The Application of Photoinduced Lo Domains in Giant Unilamellar Vesicles to the Study of Lo/Ld Phase Spinodal Decomposition and Its Modulation by the Ganglioside GM1

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Staneva, Galya; Seigneuret, Michel; Conjeaud, Hélène; Puff, Nicolas; Angelova, Miglena I.;
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  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1021/la203101y.s004, doi: 10.1021/la203101y.s005, doi: 10.1021/la203101y.s002, doi: 10.1021/la203101y.s003, doi: 10.1021/la203101y.s006
  • Subject: nucleation process | lipid rafts | phase percolation inversions | Lo domains | gm 1 | Lo domain formation | Lo microdomain appearance | Lo nanodomains stability | bicontinuous phases | Genetics | time scale | Lo microdomain formation | Biophysics | Immunology | phase separations | Ganglioside GM 1Electroformed giant unilamellar vesicles | Inorganic Chemistry | ganglioside GM 1 | Neuroscience | Developmental Biology | study Lo microdomain formation | fluorescence microscopy experiments | data show | photosensitizing effect | lipid reaction products | fluorescence microscopy | photoinduced Lo microdomain formation | Photoinduced Lo Domains | photoinduced Lo microdomains | lipid chemical modification | spinodal decomposition process | physicochemical properties | raft dynamics | Biochemistry | photoinduced phase separation | Photosensitized lipid modification | giant unilamellar vesicles | photoinduced effect | Lo microdomains
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    mesheuropmc: lipids (amino acids, peptides, and proteins)

Electroformed giant unilamellar vesicles containing liquid-ordered Lo domains are important tools for the modeling of the physicochemical properties and biological functions of lipid rafts. Lo domains are usually imaged using fluorescence microscopy of differentially ph... View more
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