Javier Carrascosa TejedorThe University of Manchester / Institut Laue Langevin · Division of Pharmacy & Optometry / Large Scale Structures
Javier Carrascosa Tejedor
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Hypothesis: Inositol phospholipids are well known to form clusters in the cytoplasmic leaflet of the plasma membrane that are responsible for the interaction and recruitment of proteins involved in key biological processes like endocytosis, ion channel activation and secondary messenger production. Although their phosphorylated inositol ring headgr...
Reversible control of the 3D structure of polyelectrolyte/surfactant films at the air/water interface is showcased. A recently discovered mechanism is exploited to form highly efficient, stable and biocompatible films by spreading aggregates composed of poly-L-lysine and sodium dodecyl sulfate on the surface of water. Reversible control of: (1) the...
Langmuir monolayers of 1,2-dipalmitoyl-sn-glycerol-3-phosphocholine, known as DPPC, at the air/water interface are extensively used as model systems of biomembranes and pulmonary surfactant. The properties of these monolayers have been mainly investigated by surface pressure–area isotherms coupled with different complementary techniques such as Bre...