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By K. Sandhoff, P. Leinekugel (auth.), J. A. F. Op den Kamp (eds.)

Membrane proteins, lipids and their glycosylated derivatives are mentioned either with admire to their biosynthesis in addition to relating to their mutual interplay and meeting into practical membranes. subject matters disguise a wide number of platforms and cells: research on virus membranes in addition to seasoned- and eukaryotic cells are included.

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1986). A cubic phase built up of inverted micelles has, however, not been experimentally observed. Figure 2. (A) Schematic of a bicontinuous cubic phase belonging to the space group 1m3 m. This infinite periodic minimal surface is called a Schwarz's surface. Lipid monolayers are draped on each side over the minimal surface. (B) A scaled model of a unit cell of a cubic phase structure built up of short rod-like micelles. , 1985a. There is a remarkable difference in viscosity between the two types of structures - all the bicontinuous phases are extremely viscous while the phases built up of micellar aggregates are less viscous.

The hydrocarbon chains are disordered. From a methodological point of view it is convenient to divide the cubic phases into two fundamentally different groups: 1) cubic 46 tures having regions which are continuous with respect to both polar (water) and nonpolar (hydrocarbon) components (Fig. 2A); and 2) cubic structures built up either with discontinuous hydrocarbon regions but with continuous water regions (for example normal micellar aggregates in water, Fig. 2B), or with discontinuous water regions but with continuous hydrocarbon regions (for example inverted micellar aggregates in hydrocarbon).

From a methodological point of view it is convenient to divide the cubic phases into two fundamentally different groups: 1) cubic 46 tures having regions which are continuous with respect to both polar (water) and nonpolar (hydrocarbon) components (Fig. 2A); and 2) cubic structures built up either with discontinuous hydrocarbon regions but with continuous water regions (for example normal micellar aggregates in water, Fig. 2B), or with discontinuous water regions but with continuous hydrocarbon regions (for example inverted micellar aggregates in hydrocarbon).

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