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The bubbles — Liu describes them as minuscule soap bubbles — are positively charged which allows them to bind with the cell membrane fairly easily.
Three years ago, while at Princeton, Welsher himself developed a method of tracking a virus-like fluorescent bead made of plastic nanoparticles moving into a cell membrane.
Understanding why plants stress out in droughts, says Dunning, has to do with the way ions travel across a cell membrane.
Nasulin has been shown to protect cell membranes from damage, and is linked to better brain health, reduced risk of cancer, and healthier joints.
In 2017, the prospect of life on Titan became even more exciting as the Cassini team discovered a chemical on the large moon, vinyl cyanide, has the physical properties required to form cell membranes.
Antibiotics generally work in one of a few ways: Some ravage bacteria’s cell membranes or their outer cell walls, while others gum up their protein-making machinery or prevent bacteria from repairing their DNA.
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