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Association of alkali metal cations with phosphatidylcholine liposomal membrane surface

Interactions of alkali metal cations (Li+, Na+, K+, Cs+) with phosphatidylcholine (PC) liposomal membranes were investigated through experimental studies and theoretical considerations. Using a microelectrophoresis technique, charge densities of experimental membrane surfaces were measured as a function of the pH of electrolyte solutions. Equilibria between the PC liposomal ...

Equilibria Between Cell Membranes and Electrolyte Solution: Effect of Fatal Accidental Hypothermia

Equilibria between the membranes of erythrocytes as well as thrombocytes and solution ions in fatal accidental hypothermia were analyzed using a theoretical four-equilibria model. The model was developed to determinate parameters characterizing cell membrane—surrounding ion interactions: the total surface concentrations of both acidic and basic groups C A, C B, and association ...

The Effect of Fatal Carbon Monoxide Poisoning on the Equilibria Between Cell Membranes and the Electrolyte Solution

The effect of fatal carbon monoxide poisoning on equilibria between cell membranes and surrounding ions was described using a theoretical four-equilibria model. The model was developed to obtain parameters characterizing the interactions between solution ions and erythrocyte or thrombocyte membrane surface. The parameters are the total surface concentrations of both acidic and ...

Changes in Surface Charge Density of Blood Cells in Fatal Accidental Hypothermia

The objective of this research was to evaluate postmortem changes concerning electric charge of human erythrocytes and thrombocytes in fatal accidental hypothermia. The surface charge density values were determined on the basis of the electrophoretic mobility measurements of the cells conducted at various pH values of electrolyte solution. The surface charge of erythrocyte ...

The Effect of Fatal Carbon Monoxide Poisoning on the Surface Charge of Blood Cells

The objective of this investigation was to evaluate postmortem changes of electric charge of human erythrocytes and thrombocytes after fatal carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning. The surface charge density values were determined on the basis of the electrophoretic mobility measurements of the cells carried out at various pH values of electrolyte solution. The surface charge of ...

Changes in Surface-Charge Density of Blood Cells After Sudden Unexpected Death

The objective of the investigation was evaluation of postmortem changes of electric charge of human erythrocyte and thrombocyte membranes after sudden unexpected death. The surface charge density values were determined on the basis of the electrophoretic mobility measurements of the cells carried out at various pHs of electrolyte solution. The interactions between both erythrocyte ...