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Dissipative particle dynamics study of spontaneous vesicle formation of amphiphilic molecules

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The Journal of Chemical Physics

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          Membranes composed of amphiphilic molecules are highly flexible surfaces that determine the architecture of biological systems and provide a basic structural element for complex fluids such as microemulsions. Physical theories have been developed to describe many aspects of their conformational behaviour, such as the preferred shapes and shape transformations of closed vesicles, and the shape fluctuations, random-surface configurations, and adhesion and unbinding of interacting membranes. Understanding of these phenomena has been much improved through fruitful interactions between theory and experiment.
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            Journal
            The Journal of Chemical Physics
            The Journal of Chemical Physics
            AIP Publishing
            0021-9606
            1089-7690
            April 2002
            April 2002
            : 116
            : 13
            : 5842-5849
            10.1063/1.1456031
            © 2002
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