Typical Topographic Images of DPPC/DOPC Lipid bilayer

This video shows the typical topographic images of DPPC/DOPC (dipalmitoylphosphatidylcholine/dioleoylphosphatidylcholine) supported lipid bilayers.

The height images (image size = 3µm; z-scale = 3.2nm) of DPPC/DOPC (1:1) lipid bilayers were recorded at 0.16 f/s using Bruker Nano Surfaces’ Dimension FastScan Bio AFM (atomic force microscopy) and TappingMode. The successive images reveal the stability of the bilayers under aqueous conditions.

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AFM Bio | Time series of (1:1) DOPC/DPPC Supported Planar Lipid Bilayers | Bruker

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