Biomimetic Approach for Ion Channels Based on Surfactant Encapsulated Spherical Porous Metal-Oxide Capsules

Mahon E, Garai S, Müller A, Barboiu M (2015)
Advanced Materials 27(35): 5165-5170.

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Mahon, Eugene; Garai, Somenath; Müller, AchimUniBi ; Barboiu, Mihail
Stichworte
cation separation; ion channels; membranes; ligand steering; nanodevices
Erscheinungsjahr
2015
Zeitschriftentitel
Advanced Materials
Band
27
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35
Seite(n)
5165-5170
ISSN
0935-9648
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https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2780348

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Mahon E, Garai S, Müller A, Barboiu M. Biomimetic Approach for Ion Channels Based on Surfactant Encapsulated Spherical Porous Metal-Oxide Capsules. Advanced Materials. 2015;27(35):5165-5170.
Mahon, E., Garai, S., Müller, A., & Barboiu, M. (2015). Biomimetic Approach for Ion Channels Based on Surfactant Encapsulated Spherical Porous Metal-Oxide Capsules. Advanced Materials, 27(35), 5165-5170. doi:10.1002/adma.201501255
Mahon, E., Garai, S., Müller, A., and Barboiu, M. (2015). Biomimetic Approach for Ion Channels Based on Surfactant Encapsulated Spherical Porous Metal-Oxide Capsules. Advanced Materials 27, 5165-5170.
Mahon, E., et al., 2015. Biomimetic Approach for Ion Channels Based on Surfactant Encapsulated Spherical Porous Metal-Oxide Capsules. Advanced Materials, 27(35), p 5165-5170.
E. Mahon, et al., “Biomimetic Approach for Ion Channels Based on Surfactant Encapsulated Spherical Porous Metal-Oxide Capsules”, Advanced Materials, vol. 27, 2015, pp. 5165-5170.
Mahon, E., Garai, S., Müller, A., Barboiu, M.: Biomimetic Approach for Ion Channels Based on Surfactant Encapsulated Spherical Porous Metal-Oxide Capsules. Advanced Materials. 27, 5165-5170 (2015).
Mahon, Eugene, Garai, Somenath, Müller, Achim, and Barboiu, Mihail. “Biomimetic Approach for Ion Channels Based on Surfactant Encapsulated Spherical Porous Metal-Oxide Capsules”. Advanced Materials 27.35 (2015): 5165-5170.

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