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Stabilized Lipid Membranes: Advances in Biomimetic Sensors and Separations | Prof. Craig Aspinwall

University of Arizona Cancer Center

September 23, 2016 – Fall Seminar

Time and location: Noon at Chem 120

Host: Dr. Ryan White

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Related Articles:

Bright, Leonard K., et al. “Methacrylate Polymer Scaffolding Enhances the Stability of Suspended Lipid Bilayers for Ion Channel Recordings and Biosensor Development.” ACS biomaterials science & engineering 1.10 (2015): 955-963.

Gallagher, Elyssia S., Elisabeth Mansfield, and Craig A. Aspinwall. “Stabilized phospholipid membranes in chromatography: toward membrane protein-functionalized stationary phases.” Analytical and bioanalytical chemistry 406.9-10 (2014): 2223-2229.

Enhanced Long-Term Stability for Single Ion Channel Recordings Using Suspended Poly(lipid) Bilayers

Heitz, Benjamin A., et al. “Fractional polymerization of a suspended planar bilayer creates a fluid, highly stable membrane for ion channel recordings.” Journal of the American Chemical Society 132.20 (2010): 7086-7093.