Biotinylated Lipid Membrane Patterns Supported by Proteins for the Recognition of Streptavidined Polystyrene Microspheres
Abstract:Human serum albumin (HSA) patterns constructed on glass substrate by the micro-contact printing (CP) technique are fabricated to support phospholipids membranes functionalized with biotinylated lipid. The experiment results indicate that this kind of lipid membrane has been assembled on HSA patterns with good stability. And the streptavidin-coated PS microspheres can be deposited on such lipid patterns with high efficiency. In this way, it may create a route to change the biological interface in the fabrication of biosensor.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: October 1, 2010
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