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Effect Of Temperature On Liposome Structures Studied Using EPR Spectroscopy

W. W. Sułkowski, D. Pentak, W. Korus, A. Sułkowska
Published 2005 · Chemistry

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The effect of temperature on liposome structures has been investigated by means of electron paramagnetic resonance spectroscopy with the use of the spin labelling technique. The EPR spectra were recorded on a Bruker EMX spectrometer at the X band in the temperature range 300–340 K. Liposomes were prepared from L?a?phosphatidylcholine dipalmitoyl (1,2?dihexadecanoyl?sn?glycerol?3?phosphocholine) 99% (DPPC), DL?a?phosphatidylcholine dimyristoyl (1,2?ditetradecanoyl?rac?glycerol?3?phosphocholine) 99% (DMPC) and cholesterol (5?cholesten?3s?ol) 99
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