Creating and characterizing peptide functionalized surfaces for protein immobilization

Whitney April Fies &
The specificity, efficiency, and broad-spectrum functionality of proteins make them desirable materials for use in a wide range of applications, including biosensors, biofuel cells, or drug delivery technologies. Capitalizing on proteins for these purposes often requires immobilizing proteins to inorganic surfaces, such as to an electrode for a biosensor or a substrate for heterogeneous catalysis. Successful immobilization of proteins requires the preservation of protein conformation and function in an environment completely different than the cell....
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