Application of Long Wavelength Ultraviolet Radiation for Modification and Patterning of Protein-Repelling Monolayers

XPS data related to Figures 1 and 4 as well as protein adsorption data for the EG5 and EG3 matrix

Y. L. Jeyachandran

2013

Scholarcy highlights

  • XPS data related to Figures 1 and 4 as well as protein adsorption data for the EG5 and EG3 matrix
  • It was found that these films can be modified in a controlled way even at such a long wavelength, which offers versatile strategies for the design of mixed monomolecular films and chemical lithography
  • Using the UV treatment, protein affinity of the oligo(ethylene glycol) terminated alkanethiolate film could be either directly adjusted for nonspecific adsorption or, in combination with subsequent exchange reactions for molecules bearing a specific receptor, precisely tuned for specific adsorption. The parameters of both procedures were determined, and the results were compared with analogous data for UV light with shorter wavelengths
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