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Self-Organization of Semifluorinated Alkanes and Related Compounds at Interfaces: Thin Films, Surface Domains and Two-Dimensional Spherulites
Stable Small Composite Microbubbles Decorated with Magnetite Nanoparticles - A Synergistic Effect between Surfactant Molecules and Nanoparticles
pH-Controlled Microbubble Shell Formation and Stabilization
Stacking of Self-Assembled Surface Micelles in Ultrathin Films
Adsorption of Cerium Salts and Cerium Oxide Nanoparticles on Microbubbles Can Be Induced by a Fluorocarbon Gas
A Nonpolar, Nonamphiphilic Molecule Can Accelerate Adsorption of Phospholipids and Lower Their Surface Tension at the Air/Water Interface
Reversing the course of the competitive adsorption between a phospholipid and albumin at an air-water interface
Behavior of an Adsorbed Phospholipid Monolayer Submitted to Prolonged Periodical Surface Density Variations
Counteracting the inhibitory effect of proteins towards lung surfactant substitutes: a fluorocarbon gas helps displace albumin at the air/water interface
Emergence of Strong Nonlinear Viscoelastic Response of Semifluorinated Alkane Monolayers
2D Spherulites of a Semi-Fluorinated Alkane: Controlled Access to Either Radial Or Ring-Banded Morphologies
Two-Dimensional Radial or Ring-Banded Nonbirefringent Spherulites of Semifluorinated Alkanes Coexistent with Close-Packed Self-Assembled Surface Nanodomains
Hollow magnetic microspheres obtained by nanoparticle adsorption on surfactant stabilized microbubbles
Surfactant Micelles Enable Metal-Free Spirocyclization of Keto-Ynamides and Access to Aza-Spiro Scaffolds in Aqueous Media
Extracellular matrix proteins involved in pseudoislets formation.
Super-Elastic Air/Water Interfacial Films Self-Assembled from Soluble Surfactants
Perfluorocarbon emulsions prevent hypoxia of pancreatic beta-cells
Incorporation of negatively charged iron oxide nanoparticles in the shell of anionic surfactant-stabilized microbubbles: The effect of NaCl concentration
Perfluorocarbons: new tool for islets preservation in vitro.

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