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... for pursuing the study of plasma  membrane mechanics 
Water flux through human aquaporin 1: inhibition by intracellular furosemide and maximal response with high osmotic gradients
Water flux through human aquaporin 1: inhibition by intracellular furosemide and maximal response with high osmotic gradients
Ozu, Marcelo; Dorr, Ricardo A.; Teresa Politi, M.; Parisi, Mario; Toriano, Roxana
by manipulating intracellular ...
... demonstrate that, indeed, basic  membrane mechanics 
On the relationship between drug’s size, cell membrane mechanical properties and high levels of multi drug resistance: a comparison to published data
On the relationship between drug’s size, cell membrane mechanical properties and high levels of multi drug resistance: a comparison to published data
Rauch, Cyril
is involved in high levels of ...
... macroscopic, based on continuous  membrane mechanics 
Curvature-dependent protein–lipid bilayer interaction and cell mechanosensitivity
Curvature-dependent protein–lipid bilayer interaction and cell mechanosensitivity
Svetina, Saša
(Mondal et al. 2014). A ...
... Physical models of the  membrane mechanics 
Shape of red blood cells in contact with artificial surfaces
Shape of red blood cells in contact with artificial surfaces
Grzhibovskis, Richards; Krämer, Elisabeth; Bernhardt, Ingolf; Kemper, Björn; Zanden, Carl; Repin, Nikolay V.; Tkachuk, Bogdan V.; Voinova, Marina V.
of the RBCs are based on ...
... in our understanding of red cell  membrane mechanics 
Elastic properties of the red blood cell membrane that determine echinocyte deformability
Elastic properties of the red blood cell membrane that determine echinocyte deformability
Kuzman, D.; Svetina, S.; Waugh, R. E.; Žekš, B.
. ...
... drug size is involved, then basic  membrane mechanics 
Toward a mechanical control of drug delivery. On the relationship between Lipinski’s 2nd rule and cytosolic pH changes in doxorubicin resistance levels in cancer cells: a comparison to published data
Toward a mechanical control of drug delivery. On the relationship between Lipinski’s 2nd rule and cytosolic pH changes in doxorubicin resistance levels in cancer cells: a comparison to published data
Rauch, Cyril
has to be involved as well. ...

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