Selection and characteristics of peptides that bind thermally grown silicon dioxide films.

@article{Eteshola2005SelectionAC,
  title={Selection and characteristics of peptides that bind thermally grown silicon dioxide films.},
  author={Edward Eteshola and Leonard J Brillson and Stephen Craig Lee},
  journal={Biomolecular engineering},
  year={2005},
  volume={22 5-6},
  pages={
          201-4
        }
}
Dodecapeptides with affinity for thermally grown silicon dioxide were isolated by phage display. Selectants had high histidine content, though distributions of histidine are distinct from reported silica particle-precipitating peptides. Our peptides will have utility as nanoscale affinity domains when inserted into proteins intended for deposition on thermal oxide surfaces/interfaces in micro/nanodevices. 
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