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If it weren't for mitochondria, scientists argue, we'd all nonetheless be single-celled micro organism. certainly, those tiny constructions inside of our cells are vital past imagining. with no mitochondria, we might don't have any mobilephone suicide, no sculpting of embryonic form, no sexes, no menopause, no aging.
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In that paper, hydrophobin samples were obtained by Langmuir techniques under the form of monolayer and bilayers, and their properties were compared with those of the rod-like assemblies (rodlets) that are typical of class I hydrophobins. More in detail, Langmuir-Blodgett (LB) monolayers were transferred on hydrophilic SiO2 substrates, whereas Langmuir-Schaefer (LS) monolayers were transferred on SiO2 substrates made hydrophobic by a silane layer. The considered bilayers were made by subsequent depositions LB+LS and LS+LB.
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