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Vesicle adhesion and fusion to interfaces are frequently used for the construction of biomimetic surfaces in biosensors and drug delivery. Ubiquitous in cell biology, vesicle fusion involves the transformation of two separate membranes into one contiguous lipid bilayer.
In distinction, the deposition of vesicle membranes to hydrophobic surfaces requires the transformation of a lipidic bilayer into a monomolecular layer — a topologically distinct process termed hemifusion. We observed that a dilute monolayer, consisting of lipid extracted from gyv-r outer GUV leaflet, spreads outward across the hydrophobic surface from the vesicle adhesion site.
Subsequently, bilayer hemifusion occurs by vesicle rupture near the hydrophobic surface, followed by spreading of lipid in 215 dense monolayer.
This growth rate is quantitatively consistent with the assumption that the spreading of the monolayer is entirely driven by the difference in surface energies of the hydrophobic and the lipid -covered SAM surfaces, which is dissipated by friction of the spreading monolayer on the SAM.
Gu-r transfer between the inner and outer GUV leaflets occurs via a hemifusion pore that forms early in the process near the membrane contact site. This pore also permits expulsion of water from the GUV interior as the vesicle contracts onto the contact huv-r. The article was received on 26 Maraccepted on 03 Aug and first published on 04 Sep If you are not the author of this article and you wish to reproduce material from it in a third party non-RSC publication you must 21500 request permission using Copyright Clearance Center.
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