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Self-assembly of Globulin Nanofibrils at Various Ionic Strength: Microstructure and Gels

Lihua Huang, Yehui Zhang, Haibin Li

American Journal of Nanomaterials. 2014, 2(1), 8-12 doi:10.12691/ajn-2-1-3
  • Figure 1. Tapping mode AFM photographs of RBG fibrils at various ionic strengths (A, B) , (C, D) 500 mM
  • Figure 2. G' as a function of percolation model for RBG gels at pH 2.0. (A) G' versus protein concentration for RBG gels and various ionic strength. (B) as a function of concentration, for n from 1.7 to 4.0
  • Figure 3. Phase diagram of RBG gels exhibit the simulated actual complexion of gels. The left side of the red line is liquid, the right side is gel
  • Figure 4. Schematic illustration for formation of RBG gels at pH 2.0. (A, B) AFM images of RBG gels structure. (C) Schematic illustration for gels formed process at higher and lower ionic strengths