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Cell-sized asymmetric phospholipid–amphiphilic protein vesicles with growth, fission, and molecule transportation

By Masato Suzuki and Koki Kamiya at
LogoGunma University
Lipid vesicles, which mimic cell membranes in structure and components, have been widely used to study the origin of life and artificial cell construction. A different approach to developing cell-mimicking systems focuses on the formation of protein- or polypeptide-based vesicles. However, micro-sized vesicles that are similar in membrane dynamics to... Show more
May 4, 2022
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Cell-sized asymmetric phospholipid–amphiphilic protein vesicles with growth, fission, and molecule transportation
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