Effects of surface functionalization on the surface phage coverage and the subsequent performance of phage-immobilized magnetoelastic biosensors.

@article{Horikawa2011EffectsOS,
  title={Effects of surface functionalization on the surface phage coverage and the subsequent performance of phage-immobilized magnetoelastic biosensors.},
  author={S. Horikawa and Deepa Bedi and Suiqiong Li and Wen Zen Shen and Shichu Huang and I-Hsuan Chen and Yating Chai and Maria L. Auad and Michael J. Bozack and James M. Barbaree and Valery A. Petrenko and Bryan A. Chin},
  journal={Biosensors & bioelectronics},
  year={2011},
  volume={26 5},
  pages={2361-7}
}
One of the important applications for which phage-immobilized magnetoelastic (ME) biosensors are being developed is the wireless, on-site detection of pathogenic bacteria for food safety and bio-security. Until now, such biosensors have been constructed by immobilizing a landscape phage probe on gold-coated ME resonators via physical adsorption. Although the physical adsorption method is simple, the immobilization stability and surface coverage of phage probes on differently functionalized… CONTINUE READING
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