Writing 3D protein nanopatterns onto a silicon nanosponge.

@article{Borini2005Writing3P,
  title={Writing 3D protein nanopatterns onto a silicon nanosponge.},
  author={Stefano Borini and Sabato d'Auria and Mos{\'e} Rossi and Andrea Rossi},
  journal={Lab on a chip},
  year={2005},
  volume={5 10},
  pages={1048-52}
}
A three-dimensional protein nanopatterning method has been developed, based on local activation of porous silicon by electron beam. Proteins specifically bind to irradiated regions, and the depth of biomolecule nanopatterns can be controlled by varying the electron energy. This unique feature permits exploitation of the huge surface area of the sponge-like material, thus allowing concentration of a large amount of proteins on nanosized patterns. Moreover, the grafted biomolecules retain their… CONTINUE READING

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