Vibrational studies of saccharide-induced lipid film reorganization at aqueous/air interfaces
Katie A. Link, Chia-Yun Hsieh, Aashish Tuladhar, Zizwe Chase, Zheming Wang, Hongfei Wang, Robert A. Walker
Vibrational sum frequency generation (VSFG) and surface tension experiments were used to examine the effects of aqueous phase soluble saccharides on the structure and organization of insoluble lipid monolayers adsorbed to aqueous-air interfaces. Changes in dipalmitoylphosphocholine (DPPC) chain structure as a function of aqueous phase saccharide concentration and pH are reported. Complementary differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) measurements performed on solutions containing soluble saccharides and DPPC vesicles measured the effects of the saccharides on the lipid membrane phase behavior. Data show that the saccharides glucosamine and glucuronic acid induce a higher degree of organization in compressed DPPC monolayers regardless of the saccharide’s charge.
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