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Figure 4
Pressure can drive separation between coexisting fluid phases in ternary lipid mixtures. Increasing pressure causes ordering of the lipid chains, which leads to association of the higher melting point lipids (green) and cholesterol (grey rods) to form liquid ordered domains, coexisting with liquid disordered domains formed primarily from the lower melting point lipid (blue).

Volume 1| Part 6| September 2014| Pages 470-477
ISSN: 2052-2525