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||Abstract: "Micropipette aspiration was used to test mechanical strength and water permeability of giant-fluid bilayer vesicles composed of polyunsaturated phosphatidylcholine PC lipids."
||P.324 left column bottom paragraph: "Because of diffusion through unstirred layers adjacent to the bilayer, the prominent increase of permeability seen for the most unsaturated lipids (diC18:2 and diC18:3) was expected to be even more pronounced than revealed by the measurements of Pfapp [apparent permeability]. Conservatively, the added impedance is estimated by the ratio of a diffusion length set by the vesicle radius Rv = Dv/2 (∼10 μm) to the diffusivity Dw of water (∼3 × 10^3μm^2/s), which implies that 1/Pfapp ≈ 1/Pf + Rv/Dw (primary sources)."