Molecular Modeling: Controlling the Nanoscale Rotational Behaviors of Nanoparticles on the Cell Membranes: A Computational Model (Small 9/2016) (page 1109)

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Molecular Modeling: Controlling the Nanoscale Rotational Behaviors of Nanoparticles on the Cell Membranes: A Computational Model (Small 9/2016) (page 1109)


作者
Qiu-Ju Ji, Bing Yuan, Xue-Mei Lu, Kai Yang and Yu-Qiang Ma


摘要
Nanoparticles prefer to bind to a membrane with a surface coated by short or rigid ligands, as shown by computer simulations. To realize such a preferred configuration, the nanoparticle can spontaneously spin itself on the membrane surface, no matter what its initial orientation is.


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http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/smll.201501885/full


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