Functional monolayers for improved resistance to protein adsorption: oligo(ethylene glycol)-modified silicon and diamond surfaces.

@article{Clare2005FunctionalMF,
  title={Functional monolayers for improved resistance to protein adsorption: oligo(ethylene glycol)-modified silicon and diamond surfaces.},
  author={Tami Lasseter Clare and Brian H. Clare and Beth M Nichols and Nicholas L Abbott and Robert J Hamers},
  journal={Langmuir : the ACS journal of surfaces and colloids},
  year={2005},
  volume={21 14},
  pages={6344-55}
}
The interaction of proteins with semiconductors such as silicon and diamond is of great interest for applications such as electronic biosensing. We have investigated the use of covalently bound oligo(ethylene glycol), EG, monolayers on diamond and silicon to minimize nonspecific protein adsorption. Protein adsorption was monitored by fluorescence scanning as a function of the length of the ethylene glycol chain (EG3 through EG6) and the terminal functional group (methyl- versus hydroxyl… CONTINUE READING

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