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Another interpretation of the Goldman-Hodgkin-Katz equation based on Ling's adsorption theory.
Tamagawa H and Ikeda K. Eur Biophys J 2018. PMID 30203188
Ling's adsorption theory attributes the membrane potential generation to mobile ion adsorption. Although Ling's adsorption theory conflicts with the broadly accepted membrane theory, we found that it well reproduces experimentally observed membrane potential behavior. ...We conclude that the membrane potential is generated by ion adsorption as Ling's adsorption theory states and that the membrane theory of cellular potential should be amended even if not discarded....
Ling's adsorption theory attributes the membrane potential generation to mobile ion adsorption. Although Ling's adsorption
Protein Adsorption to In-Line Filters of Intravenous Administration Sets.
Besheer A. J Pharm Sci 2017. PMID 28559043
Investigation of the filter membranes' zeta potential showed a correlation between the observed adsorption pattern in 5% glucose solution and the filter's surface charge, with higher protein adsorption for the strongly negatively charged membranes. In 0.9% NaCl solution, the surface charges are masked, leading to different adsorption patterns. These results contribute to the general understanding of the protein adsorption to IV infusion filters and allow the design of more efficient compatibility studies....
Investigation of the filter membranes' zeta potential showed a correlation between the observed adsorption pattern in 5% glucose solu …
Adsorption site-dependent transport of diclofenac in water saturated minerals and reference soils.
Yu C and Bi E. Chemosphere 2019. PMID 31319305
Adsorption of diclofenac onto minerals and soils was totally reversible and interactions such as H-bonding were the primary mechanisms. ...Adsorption coefficients of diclofenac onto soils can be well predicted by contents of extracted Fe by diethylenetriamine pentaacetic acid (DTPA) instead of total iron oxides contents, suggesting that the bonding was adsorption site-dependent. ...
Adsorption of diclofenac onto minerals and soils was totally reversible and interactions such as H-bonding were the primary mechanism
The art of separation and adsorption: Historical review of apheresis in Japan.
Matsuo H. Transfus Apher Sci 2017 - Review. PMID 28927700
Therapeutic apheresis has progressed and diversified with the development of technology for membrane separation by hollow fiber and adsorption with a physicochemical adsorbent in Japan....
Therapeutic apheresis has progressed and diversified with the development of technology for membrane separation by hollow fiber and adsor
Adsorption behaviors of supercritical Lennard-Jones fluid in slit-like pores.
Li Y, et al. J Mol Graph Model 2018. PMID 29783083
Understanding the adsorption behaviors of supercritical fluid in confined space is pivotal for coupling the supercritical technology and the membrane separation technology. ...Besides, the adsorption pressure reaches a local minimum when the bulk density equals to a certain value, independent of the wall-fluid potential or pore width. ...
Understanding the adsorption behaviors of supercritical fluid in confined space is pivotal for coupling the supercritical technology …
Nutrient depletion modifies cell wall adsorption activity of wine yeast.
Sidari R and Caridi A. World J Microbiol Biotechnol 2016. PMID 27116955
In early fermentation condition, the R+G+B values range from 106 (high adsorption, strain Sc1128) to 192 (low adsorption, strain Σ1278b), in mid-fermentation the values range from 111 (high adsorption, strain Sc1321) to 258 (low adsorption, strain Sc2306), in 'adjusted' for nitrogen conditions the values range from 105 (high adsorption, strain Sc1321) to 194 (low adsorption, strain Sc2306) while in late fermentation conditions the values range from 101 (high adsorption, strain Sc384) to 293 (low adsorption, strain Sc2306). ...Results demonstrate that wine yeasts decrease/increase their parietal adsorption activity according to the nutrient availability. ...
In early fermentation condition, the R+G+B values range from 106 (high adsorption, strain Sc1128) to 192 (low adsorption, stra …
Effects of Peanut Shell Biochar on the Adsorption of Cd(II) by Paddy Soil.
Xu C, et al. Bull Environ Contam Toxicol 2017. PMID 27872969
Incorporation of biochar primarily enhanced the non-electrostatic adsorption of Cd(II). In addition, supplementation with biochar decreased the adsorption rate of Cd(II), which decreased with increasing quantities of biochar. ...Adsorption of Cd(II) was an endothermic process and occurred spontaneously. Incorporation of biochar decreased availability and mobility of Cd(II) to plants primarily through increased non-electrostatic adsorption of Cd(II) by paddy soil....
Incorporation of biochar primarily enhanced the non-electrostatic adsorption of Cd(II). In addition, supplementation with biochar dec …
Supramolecular Association Impacts Biomolecule Adsorption onto Goethite.
Schmidt MP and Martínez CE. Environ Sci Technol 2018. PMID 29516738
Increasing BSA (≤0.4 mg/mL) in DNA/BSA complexes enhances DNA adsorption, due to reduced repulsion between adsorbed DNA helices. When (BSA) > 0.4 mg/mL, however, DNA adsorption is decreased. We hypothesize this results from blocking of surface sites by fast adsorption of BSA loosely associated with DNA/BSA complexes. ...
Increasing BSA (≤0.4 mg/mL) in DNA/BSA complexes enhances DNA adsorption, due to reduced repulsion between adsorbed DNA helices. When …
Adsorption and Gas Separation of Molecules by Carbon Nanohorns.
Gatica SM, et al. Molecules 2016. PMID 27213313 Free PMC article.
In this paper, we report the results of Monte Carlo simulations of the adsorption of neon, argon, methane and carbon dioxide in carbon nanohorns. We model the nanohorns as an array of carbon cones and obtained adsorption isotherms and isosteric heats. The main sites of adsorption are inside the cones and in the interstices between three cones. ...
In this paper, we report the results of Monte Carlo simulations of the adsorption of neon, argon, methane and carbon dioxide in carbo …
Tunable Adsorption and Film Formation of Mussel Adhesive Protein by Potential Control.
Zhang F, et al. Langmuir 2017. PMID 28071917
The adsorption and film-forming behavior of Mefp-1 on a platinum (Pt) substrate under applied potentials were investigated by cyclic voltammetry, potential-controlled electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS), and quartz crystal microbalance with dissipation monitoring (QCM-D). ...
The adsorption and film-forming behavior of Mefp-1 on a platinum (Pt) substrate under applied potentials were investigated by cyclic …
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