The Alveolar Surface Structure: Transformation from a Liposome-Like Dispersion into a tetragonal CLP Bilayer Phase
The conformation of the lung surfactant lipid bilayer (termed tubular myelin) is shown to fit an infinite periodic surface, which is free from self-intersections and with zero or close to zero average curvature. A single lipid bilayer is curved in space,
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