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Microvesicle release and micellar attack as the alternative mechanisms involved in the red-blood-cell-membrane solubilization induced by arginine-based surfactants

Microvesicle release and micellar attack as the alternative mechanisms involved in the red-blood-cell-membrane solubilization induced by arginine-based surfactants
Melisa Hermet, Laura Bakas, Eduardo Prieto, M. Elisa Fait, Vanesa Herlax, Francesc Comelles, Susana R. Morcelle, H. Ariel Alvarez, Pere Clapes
Two novel arginine-based surfactants, Bz-Arg-NHC10 and Bz-Arg-NHC12, were characterized with respect to surface properties and their interaction with human red-blood-cell (HRBC) membranes.

Publisher URL: http://feeds.rsc.org/~r/rss/ra/~3/kOlOM_WvBjM/C7RA03640J

DOI: 2017/RA/C7RA03640J

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