Physical approaches for fabrication of organized nanostructure of resilin-mimetic elastic protein rec1-resilin.

@article{Dutta2009PhysicalAF,
  title={Physical approaches for fabrication of organized nanostructure of resilin-mimetic elastic protein rec1-resilin.},
  author={Naba K. Dutta and Namita R. Choudhury and My Y. Truong and Misook Kim and Christopher M. Elvin and Anita J. Hill},
  journal={Biomaterials},
  year={2009},
  volume={30 28},
  pages={
          4868-76
        }
}
Protein adsorption on surfaces is a fundamental step in many applications. While various methods such as lithography, self assembly using nanoparticles, layer-by-layer attachment, etc. have been employed, here we report fabrication of controlled nanostructure of a new resilin-mimetic elastic protein rec1-resilin using physical approaches. We investigate the assembly, morphology and tunability of the nanostructure of adsorbed rec1-resilin architectures by atomic force microscopy (AFM) and… CONTINUE READING

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