Zachary A. Levine, PhD
Postdoctoral Researcher | Shea Lab
Departments of Physics, Chemistry and Biochemistry
Materials Research Laboratory
University of California, Santa Barbara
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Rendering of an all-atom amyloid fibril. Click to Expand

The Tau[273-284] peptide in the presence of urea (left) and TMAO (right).

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The hydration and co-solvent shells around the Tau[273-284] peptide in the presence of osmolytes. Click to Expand
The mussel foot protein (MFP-3s) peptide adhering to an organic self-assembled monolayer via 3,4-dihydroxyphenylalanine residues. Click to Expand
The chemotherapy drug Bleomycin adhering to an all-atom POPC membrane. Click to Expand
An oscillating electropore in a POPC membrane using sinusoidal external electric fields. Click to Expand
Secondary structural and intramolecular hydrogen bonding affinities of a Trp-cage miniprotein on the surface of organic self-assembled monolayers. Click to Expand
Life cycle of a membrane electropore as an external electric field is applied. Click to Expand
Isosurface of intruding water molecules as a membrane electropore is about to form. Click to Expand
An electropore forming in a POPC membrane (black) with embedded cholesterol (green). Click to Expand
Electroevaporation at a water:air interface. Click to Expand
Electroporation of a POPC membrane (side view). Click to Expand

Alternative view of electroporation of a POPC membrane (side view).

MOVIE

 

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An intact POPC membrane.

ELECTROPORE MOVIE
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