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In situ sum-frequency-generation spectroscopy is used for the first time to study changes in molecular orientations in charged biofunctionalized self-assembled monolayers, in response to an applied electrical potential. The findings presented here unravel the mechanism by which charged biomolecules control biomolecular interactions, for example, protein binding affinities, and lay the foundation for future studies aiming to explore molecular conformational changes in response to electrical stimuli.
|Journal||Advanced Materials Interfaces|
|Early online date||4 Apr 2014|
|Publication status||Published - 22 Aug 2014|
- switchable surfaces
- self-assembled monolayers
- sum frequency generation
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Switchable Nanostructured Surfaces as a Sophisticated Tool for Cell Biologists
Mendes, P., Kirkman-Brown, J. & Publicover, S.
10/01/11 → 9/05/14