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Emily Glassinger, Robert M Raphael
Tether formation is a powerful method to study the mechanical properties of soft lipid bilayer membranes. The force required to maintain a tether at a given length depends upon both membrane elastic properties and tension. In this report, we develop a theoretical analysis that considers the contribution of thermally driven surface undulations and the corresponding entropically driven tensions on the conformation of tethers formed from unaspirated lipid vesicles. In this model, thermal undulations of the vesicle surface provide the excess area required for tether formation...
July 15, 2006: Biophysical Journal
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