Ionic conductivity of electroporated lipid bilayer membranes

Kakorin S, Neumann E (2002)
In: Bioelectrochemistry. BIOELECTROCHEMISTRY, 56(1-2). ELSEVIER SCIENCE SA: 163-166.

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The ionic conductivity of lipid membrane pores has been theoretically analysed in terms of electrostatic interactions of the transported ions with the low-dielectric pore wall for a commonly encountered case of unequal concentrations of electrolyte on the two sides of curved lipid membranes. Theoretical analysis of the data on the conductivity of the electroporated membrane of lipid vesicles (Lecithin 20%) of radius a=90 nm yields the molar energy of interaction of a small monovalent ion with a pore wall w(0)=9+/-1 RT (or w(0)=22+/-kJ mol(-1)), corresponding to a mean pore radius of (r) over bar (p)=0.56+/-0.05 nm. The proposed theoretical approach provides a tool for the analysis and description of the nonlinear current-voltage dependencies in membrane pores and channels. (C) 2002 Published by Elsevier Science B.V.
Nernst-Planck equation; LambertW; conductometry; electrooptics; lipid vesicles; electroporation; function
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Kakorin S, Neumann E. Ionic conductivity of electroporated lipid bilayer membranes. In: Bioelectrochemistry. BIOELECTROCHEMISTRY. Vol 56. ELSEVIER SCIENCE SA; 2002: 163-166.
Kakorin, S., & Neumann, E. (2002). Ionic conductivity of electroporated lipid bilayer membranes. Bioelectrochemistry, BIOELECTROCHEMISTRY, 56, 163-166. ELSEVIER SCIENCE SA.
Kakorin, Sergej, and Neumann, Eberhard. 2002. “Ionic conductivity of electroporated lipid bilayer membranes”. In Bioelectrochemistry, 56:163-166. BIOELECTROCHEMISTRY. ELSEVIER SCIENCE SA.
Kakorin, S., and Neumann, E. (2002). “Ionic conductivity of electroporated lipid bilayer membranes” in Bioelectrochemistry BIOELECTROCHEMISTRY, vol. 56, (ELSEVIER SCIENCE SA), 163-166.
Kakorin, S., & Neumann, E., 2002. Ionic conductivity of electroporated lipid bilayer membranes. In Bioelectrochemistry. BIOELECTROCHEMISTRY. no.56 ELSEVIER SCIENCE SA, pp. 163-166.
S. Kakorin and E. Neumann, “Ionic conductivity of electroporated lipid bilayer membranes”, Bioelectrochemistry, BIOELECTROCHEMISTRY, vol. 56, ELSEVIER SCIENCE SA, 2002, pp.163-166.
Kakorin, S., Neumann, E.: Ionic conductivity of electroporated lipid bilayer membranes. Bioelectrochemistry. BIOELECTROCHEMISTRY. 56, p. 163-166. ELSEVIER SCIENCE SA (2002).
Kakorin, Sergej, and Neumann, Eberhard. “Ionic conductivity of electroporated lipid bilayer membranes”. Bioelectrochemistry. ELSEVIER SCIENCE SA, 2002.Vol. 56. BIOELECTROCHEMISTRY. 163-166.

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