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Functional aqueous droplet networks

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Droplet interface bilayers (DIBs), comprising individual lipid bilayers between pairs of aqueous droplets in an oil, are proving to be a useful tool for studying membrane proteins. Recently, attention has turned to the elaboration of networks of aqueous droplets, connected through functionalized interface bilayers, with collective properties unachievable in droplet pairs. Small 2D collections of droplets have been formed into soft biodevices, which can act as electronic components, light-sens...

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Published
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Peer reviewed
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Accepted Manuscript

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10.1039/c7mb00192d

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University of Oxford
Department:
Chemistry
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Merton College
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Chemical Biology
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University of Oxford
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Chemistry
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University of Oxford
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Chemistry
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Publisher:
Royal Society of Chemistry Publisher's website
Journal:
Molecular bioSystems Journal website
Volume:
13
Issue:
9
Pages:
1658-1691
Publication date:
2017-08-22
Acceptance date:
2017-07-13
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EISSN:
1742-2051
ISSN:
1742-206X
Pubs id:
pubs:713276
URN:
uri:b925b704-0c26-4af9-86e2-ea432a8b632b
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English

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