Molecular self-assembly, chemical lithography, and biochemical tweezers: A path for the fabrication of functional nanometer-scale protein arrays

Turchanin A, Tinazli A, El-Desawy M, Grossmann H, Schnietz M, Solak HH, Tampe R, Gölzhäuser A (2008)
ADVANCED MATERIALS 20(3): 471-477.

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Electron-induced chemical lithography combined with self-assembled monolayers and multivalent chelators for high-affinity capturing of His-tagged proteins are used to obtain specific, stable, highly parallel, and functional protein micro- and nanoarrays on solid substrates. ne functionality of the generated large-area protein arrays is shown in situ via specific, homogeneous, oriented and reversible immobilization of His(6)-tagged 20S proteasome and fluorescence labelled His(10)-tagged maltose binding proteins.
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Turchanin A, Tinazli A, El-Desawy M, et al. Molecular self-assembly, chemical lithography, and biochemical tweezers: A path for the fabrication of functional nanometer-scale protein arrays. ADVANCED MATERIALS. 2008;20(3):471-477.
Turchanin, A., Tinazli, A., El-Desawy, M., Grossmann, H., Schnietz, M., Solak, H. H., Tampe, R., et al. (2008). Molecular self-assembly, chemical lithography, and biochemical tweezers: A path for the fabrication of functional nanometer-scale protein arrays. ADVANCED MATERIALS, 20(3), 471-477.
Turchanin, A., Tinazli, A., El-Desawy, M., Grossmann, H., Schnietz, M., Solak, H. H., Tampe, R., and Gölzhäuser, A. (2008). Molecular self-assembly, chemical lithography, and biochemical tweezers: A path for the fabrication of functional nanometer-scale protein arrays. ADVANCED MATERIALS 20, 471-477.
Turchanin, A., et al., 2008. Molecular self-assembly, chemical lithography, and biochemical tweezers: A path for the fabrication of functional nanometer-scale protein arrays. ADVANCED MATERIALS, 20(3), p 471-477.
A. Turchanin, et al., “Molecular self-assembly, chemical lithography, and biochemical tweezers: A path for the fabrication of functional nanometer-scale protein arrays”, ADVANCED MATERIALS, vol. 20, 2008, pp. 471-477.
Turchanin, A., Tinazli, A., El-Desawy, M., Grossmann, H., Schnietz, M., Solak, H.H., Tampe, R., Gölzhäuser, A.: Molecular self-assembly, chemical lithography, and biochemical tweezers: A path for the fabrication of functional nanometer-scale protein arrays. ADVANCED MATERIALS. 20, 471-477 (2008).
Turchanin, Andrey, Tinazli, Ali, El-Desawy, Mohamed, Grossmann, Helge, Schnietz, Mark, Solak, Harun H., Tampe, Robert, and Gölzhäuser, Armin. “Molecular self-assembly, chemical lithography, and biochemical tweezers: A path for the fabrication of functional nanometer-scale protein arrays”. ADVANCED MATERIALS 20.3 (2008): 471-477.
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