CUSTOMER KEEPS PUSHING THE BOUND OF SCIENCE
Professor Gözen’s Group from the University of Oslo, Norway, has published an interesting article entitled “Styrene maleic acid copolymer induces pores in biomembranes” in the journal Soft Matter.
The published findings investigate the interactions between copolymers and phospholipid bilayers, using confocal microscopy and surface acoustic wave resonance sensing. In this article, they used BioPen PRIME system to conduct efficiently molecular film deposition following by local exposure of copolymers.
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