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The air/water interface is of elementary interest in biophysics as well as in industrial applications. Brewster angle microscopy (BAM) is a powerful technique that allows for real-time visualization of Langmuir-Blodgett monolayers.
BAM applications visualize biological materials and systems, and enable the investigation of amphiphilic molecules, proteins, drugs, extracts, DNA, nanoparticles etc. at the air-water interface.
Air-Water Interface The role of phospholipid composition and ergosterol presence in the adaptation of fungal membranes to harsh environmental conditions–membrane modeling study (2020)
Air-Water Interface Dichlorobiphenyls and chlorinated benzoic acids – Emergent soil pollutants in model bacterial membranes (2020)
Air-Water Interface A calixarene promotes disaggregation and sensing performance of carboxyphenyl porphyrin films (2020)
Air-Water Interface Tailoring a compact and stable Langmuir di-dimensional PbX-based layered perovskite film at the air-water interface and on solid support (2017)
Air-Water Interface Studies on the interactions of bisphenols with anionic phospholipids of decomposer membranes in model systems (2016)
Air-Water Interface Spectroscopic and Structural Studies of a Surface Active Porphyrin in Solution and in Langmuir–Blodgett Films (2015)
Air-Water Interface The influence of rough lipopolysaccharide structure on molecular interactions with mammalian antimicrobial peptides (2015)
Air-Water Interface Visualizing a multidrug resistance protein, EmrE, with major bacterial lipids using Brewster angle microscopy (2013)
Air-Water Interface Control of the lateral organization in langmuir monolayers via molecular aggregation of dyes (2010)
Air-Water Interface Improvement of optical gas sensing using LB films containing a water insoluble porphyrin organized in a calixarene matrix (2007)