Light-scattering studies of the monomer-dimer states of gramicidin A

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Measurements of the intensity and autocorrelation function of ligh quasielastically scattered by gramicidin A indicate that the molecules exist as dimers in methanol and dioxane and monomers in dimethyl sulfoxide when solute concentrations range from 18 to 50 mg/ml. This gives further evidence that gramicidin A can dimerize in low-polarity media such as the hydrocarbon part of the membrane bilayers. © 1979, The Biophysical Society. All rights reserved.

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Rondelez, F., & Litster, J. D. (1979). Light-scattering studies of the monomer-dimer states of gramicidin A. Biophysical Journal, 27(3), 455–460. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0006-3495(79)85229-7

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