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Controlled and tunable design of polymer interface for immobilization of enzymes: does curvature matter?

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Claudia Marschelke, Ivan Raguzin, Anke Matura, Andreas Fery, Alla Synytska, "Controlled and tunable design of polymer interface for immobilization of enzymes: does curvature matter?" , In Soft Matter, The Royal Society of Chemistry, vol. 13, pp. 1074-1084, 2017. [doi]

Abstract

Control and tuning of surface properties is indispensable for the programmed and rational design of materials. Particularly, polymeric brush-modified colloids can be used as carrier materials for enzyme immobilization. Although it is of prime importance to control the brush architecture, there is still a lack of systematic investigations concerning the impact of grafting density on the properties of the designed interface, as well as on the immobilization of biomolecules. In this work, we investigate the surface properties of polymer brushes with different grafting densities prepared using a

Bibtex

@Article{C6SM02380K,
author ="Marschelke, Claudia and Raguzin, Ivan and Matura, Anke and Fery, Andreas and Synytska, Alla",
title ="Controlled and tunable design of polymer interface for immobilization of enzymes: does curvature matter?",
journal ="Soft Matter",
year ="2017",
volume ="13",
issue ="5",
pages ="1074-1084",
publisher ="The Royal Society of Chemistry",
doi ="10.1039/C6SM02380K",
url ="http://dx.doi.org/10.1039/C6SM02380K",
abstract ="Control and tuning of surface properties is indispensable for the programmed and rational design of materials. Particularly{,} polymeric brush-modified colloids can be used as carrier materials for enzyme immobilization. Although it is of prime importance to control the brush architecture{,} there is still a lack of systematic investigations concerning the impact of grafting density on the properties of the designed interface{,} as well as on the immobilization of biomolecules. In this work{,} we investigate the surface properties of polymer brushes with different grafting densities prepared using a {"}

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