Orientierung und Analyse der Morphologie von Purpurmembran Monolagen – Wege zur Membranfusion

Im Rahmen dieser Arbeit wurden Erkenntnisse gewonnen, die die Strukturierung von Purpurmembranen auf festen Substraten ermöglichen. Dazu zählen die Erforschung der Morphologie von PM auf unterschiedlichen Substraten, die Orientierung der Membranen und die Fusion von PM zur Gewinnung von ausgedehnten...

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