A growing interest can be observed in the literature in the behaviour of phosphatidic acids. The aim of this work was to investigate the influence of pH on the transition temperatures and enthalpies of aqueous PA dispersions. In addition, the chain length dependence of Tt was established and the cooperative unit sizes were calculated for different pH values. Experimental results are compared to the data available in the literature of which a critical review is given.

pH and chain length dependence of phosphatidic acid phase transition parameters / F. Tolgyesi, G. Monticelli. - In: BIOELECTROCHEMISTRY AND BIOENERGETICS. - ISSN 0302-4598. - 17:3(1987), pp. 509-517.

pH and chain length dependence of phosphatidic acid phase transition parameters

G. Monticelli
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1987

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A growing interest can be observed in the literature in the behaviour of phosphatidic acids. The aim of this work was to investigate the influence of pH on the transition temperatures and enthalpies of aqueous PA dispersions. In addition, the chain length dependence of Tt was established and the cooperative unit sizes were calculated for different pH values. Experimental results are compared to the data available in the literature of which a critical review is given.
PC; phosphatidylcholine; PE; phosphatidylethanolamine; PA; phosphatidic acid; DL; dilauroyl; DM; dimiristoyl; DP; dipalmitoyl; DS; distearoyl; DH; dihexadecyl; phase transition temperature; phase transition enthalpy; differential scanning calorimetry
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