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Patterned delivery of immunoglobulins to surfaces using microfluidic networks.
Microfluidic networks (microFNs) were used to pattern biomolecules with high resolution on a variety of substrates (gold, glass, or polystyrene). Elastomeric microFNs localized chemical reactionsExpand
Patterning Self-Assembled Monolayers: Applications in Materials Science
Self-assembled monolayers (SAMs) form when organic molecules spontaneously chemisorb on the surfaces of solids (e.g. organic thiols and disulfides on gold, silver, and copper or carboxylic acids onExpand
Printing Patterns of Proteins
Microcontact printing of proteins proves to be an excellent means of directly patterning biomolecules on solid substrates. Monolayer quantities of protein equilibrated on the surface of aExpand
Comparison of self-assembled monolayers on gold: coadsorption of thiols and disulfides
Abstract : Ordered, organic monolayers were formed on gold slides by adsorption from ethanol of HS(CH2)10CH2OH, HS(CH2)10CH3, S(CH2)10CH2OH2, S(CH2)10Ch32, and of binary mixtures of these moleculesExpand
Fabrication and imaging of two-dimensional patterns of proteins adsorbed on self-assembled monolayers by scanning electron microscopy
This paper describes methods for controlling both the concentration and spatial distribution of proteins adsorbed onto patterned, self-assembled monolayers (SAMs). Patterned SAMs were formed by theExpand
Microfluidic Networks for Chemical Patterning of Substrates: Design and Application to Bioassays
This article describes the design, function, and application of simple microfluidic networks as conduits for the patterned delivery of chemical reactants onto a substrate. It demonstrates how suchExpand
Immobilization of Antibodies on a Photoactive Self-Assembled Monolayer on Gold
This paper presents a strategy for immobilizing biomolecules on a photoactivable surface. A self-assembled monolayer is prepared by adsorbing an ω-functionalized dialkyl disulfide on gold. FunctionalExpand
Self-Assembled Monolayers on Gold Generated from Alkanethiols with the Structure RNHCOCH2SH
This paper outlines a general synthetic route to alkanethiols useful in forming self-assembled monolayers (SAMs) starting from amines, RNH 2 , and converting them, via α-chloroamides RNHCOCH 2 Cl, toExpand