Independently controlling protein dot size and spacing in particle lithography.

@article{Taylor2012IndependentlyCP,
  title={Independently controlling protein dot size and spacing in particle lithography.},
  author={Zachary R Taylor and Joel C. Keay and Ernest S. Sanchez and Matthew Bruce Johnson and David W Schmidtke},
  journal={Langmuir : the ACS journal of surfaces and colloids},
  year={2012},
  volume={28 25},
  pages={9656-63}
}
Particle lithography is a relatively simple, inexpensive technique used to pattern inorganics, metals, polymers, and biological molecules on the micro- and nanometer scales. Previously, we used particle lithography to create hexagonal patterns of protein dots in a protein resistant background of methoxy-poly(ethylene glycol)-silane (mPEG-sil). In this work, we describe a simple heating procedure to overcome a potential limitation of particle lithography: the simultaneous change in feature size… CONTINUE READING