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S. Pogodin, V.A. Baulin, Soft Matter, 2010, 6, 2216 - 2226

The Single Chain Mean Field theory is used to simulate the equilibrium structure of phospholipid membranes at the molecular level. Three levels of coarse-graining of DMPC phospholipid surfactants are present: ...

Molecular Simulation group, Tarragona | Views: 1561 | Added by: drug-delivery | Date: 26.02.2010

S. Pogodin, V.A. Baulin, ACS Nano, 2010, 4 (9), pp 5293–5300

Great efficiency to penetrate into living cells is attributed to carbon nanotubes due to a number of direct and indirect observations of carbon nanotubes inside the cells. ...

Molecular Simulation group, Tarragona | Views: 1313 | Added by: drug-delivery | Date: 28.09.2010

M. Werner, J.-U. Sommer, Eur. Phys. J. E 31, 383-392 (2010)

Brush-membrane

We study tethered membranes grafted by polymer chains on one side. Mean-field and scaling arguments predicting a spontaneous curvature are compared to the results of lattice-based Monte Carlo simulations using the Bond Fluctuation Model,...

Theory of Polymers at Interfaces group, Dresden | Views: 1217 | Added by: mwerner | Date: 01.10.2010

R. Chen, S. Khormaee, M. E. Eccleston and N. K.H. Slater, Biomaterials. 2009 30(10):1954-61

pH-responsive polymers have been synthesised by grafting l-valine (PV-75), l-leucine (PL-75) and l-phenylalanine (PP-75) onto the pendant carboxylic acid moieties of a pseudo-peptide, ...

BioScience Engineering group, Cambridge | Views: 1190 | Added by: drug-delivery | Date: 04.10.2010

R. Chen, Z. Yue, M. E. Eccleston, S. Williams and N.K.H. Slater, Journal of Controlled Release, 2005, 108(1), 63-72

The effect of grafting an amphiphilic pseudo-peptide, poly (l-lysine iso-phthalamide), with poly (ethylene glycol) or a hydrophilic poly (ethylene glycol) analogue, Jeffamine M-1000®, on the pH-dependent erythrolytic activity and in vitro cytotoxicity have been studied ...

BioScience Engineering group, Cambridge | Views: 1163 | Added by: drug-delivery | Date: 04.10.2010

V.A. Baulin, A. Johner, and J. Bonet Avalos, J. Chem. Phys. 133, 174905 (2010)

The interaction of amphiphilic polymers with small colloids, capable to reversibly stick onto the chains, is studied. Adhesive small colloids in solution are able to dynamically bind two polymer segments. This association leads to topological changes in the polymer network configurations, such as looping and cross-linking, although the reversible adhesion permits the colloid to slide along the chain backbone. Previous analyses only consider static topologies in the chain network. We show that the sliding degree of freedom ensures the dominance of small loops, over other structures, giving rise to a new perspective in the analysis of the problem...

Molecular Simulation group, Tarragona | Views: 1234 | Added by: drug-delivery | Date: 09.11.2010


S. Pogodin, N.K.H. Slater, V.A. Baulin, ACS Nano, 2011, 5 (2), pp 1141–1146

Nanotube patterning may occur naturally upon the spontaneous self-assembly of biomolecules onto the surface of single-walled carbon nanotubes (SWNTs). It results in periodically alternating bands of surface properties, ranging from relatively hydrophilic to hydrophobic, along the axis of the nanotube. Single-chain mean field (SCMF) theory has been used to estimate the free energy ...

Molecular Simulation group, Tarragona | Views: 1213 | Added by: drug-delivery | Date: 20.01.2011

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