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Glycolipid self-assembly: micellar structure

Abstract : Small-angle scattering is used to investigate a typical glycolipid micelle structure in conjunction with NMR determination of sugar cycle conformation. It is shown that the ellipsoidal shape of the micelle originates from two constraints: sugar rings perpendicular to the interface induce a limited area at the chain-head interface. Together with the bulky hydrated heads, this imposes an ellipsoidal shape.
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Marie-Christine Cecutti, Bonaventura Focher, Bruno Perly, Thomas Zemb. Glycolipid self-assembly: micellar structure. Langmuir, American Chemical Society, 1991, 7 (11), pp.2580-2585. ⟨10.1021/la00059a031⟩. ⟨hal-02094679⟩

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