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Bicelle: "Fundamental to Translational Science"

This highly versatile approach to fabricate high-quality supported lipid bilayers involves the deposition of quasi-two-dimensional lamellar, bicellar disks that are composed of a mixture of long-chain and short-chain phospholipids. We explore the use of bicellar mixtures as tools for model membrane fabrication and study mechanistic details behind the bicelle-mediated bilayer fabrication process.

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Sut TN, Park S, Yoon BK, Jackman JA*, Cho NJ*

(* denotes equal corresponding authors)

"Optimal Formation of Uniform-Phase Supported Lipid Bilayers from Phospholipid-Monoglyceride Bicellar Mixtures." 

Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry 2020; 88, 285-291.

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Sut TN, Park S, Yoon BK, Jackman JA*, Cho NJ*

(* denotes equal corresponding authors)

"Supported Lipid Bilayer Formation from Phospholipid-Fatty Acid Bicellar Mixtures." 

Langmuir 2020; 36, 5021-5029.

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Belling JN, Cheung KM, Jackman JA, Sut TN, Allen M, Park JH, Jonas SJ, Cho NJ*, Weiss PS*

(* denotes equal corresponding authors)

"Lipid Bicelle Micropatterning Using Chemical Lift-Off Lithography." 

ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 2020; 12, 11, 13447-13455.

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Sut TN, Park S, Choe Y, Cho NJ

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"Characterizing the Supported Lipid Membrane Formation from Cholesterol-Rich Bicelles ." 

Langmuir 2019; 35, 15063-15070.

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Sut TN, Jackman JA, Yoon BK, Park S, Kolahdouzan K, Ma G, Zhdanov V, Cho NJ

"Influence of NaCl Concentration on Bicelle-Mediated SLB Formation." 

Langmuir 2019; 35, 32, 10658-10666.

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Sut TN, Jackman JA, Cho NJ

"Understanding How Membrane Surface Charge Influences Lipid Bicelle Adsorption onto Oxide Surfaces."

Langmuir 2019;  35, 8436-8444.

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Kolahdouzan K*, Jackman JA*, Yoon BK, Kim MC, Johal MS, Cho NJ

(* denotes equal contribution)

"Optimizing the Formation of Supported Lipid Bilayers from Bicellar Mixtures."

Langmuir 2017; 33(20), 5052-5064.

 

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