Surface plasmon resonance spectroscopic characterization of antibody orientation and activity on the calixarene monolayer

@article{Chen2010SurfacePR,
  title={Surface plasmon resonance spectroscopic characterization of antibody orientation and activity on the calixarene monolayer},
  author={Hongxia Chen and Junyi Huang and Jaebeom Lee and Sungu Hwang and K. Koh},
  journal={Sensors and Actuators B-chemical},
  year={2010},
  volume={147},
  pages={548-553}
}
Abstract Attachment of proteins to a solid support is fundamental to development of advanced biosensors, biochips, implantable electronic devices, and many diagnostic techniques. Profound knowledge of the orientation and specificity of an intricate protein in a particular antibody and adsorption to solid surfaces are of great importance in fabrication of nanoscale interface with maximized biological performance. Here we investigate antibody surface coverage and antibody layer thickness… Expand
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