1 April 2006 Fabrication of an optical-quality linear grating of immunoglobulin G proteins by microcontact printing and demonstration of potential biosensing applications
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Optical Engineering, 45(4), 043402 (2006). doi:10.1117/1.2188956
Abstract
We describe a process to fabricate an optical-quality grating using protein as the biomaterial building block. The resulting grating is capable of generating high-quality diffraction. We demonstrate how such a biograting has the potential for the detection of small amounts of unlabeled biological analyte.
David G. Angeley, Jon Davis, Gil Reitz, "Fabrication of an optical-quality linear grating of immunoglobulin G proteins by microcontact printing and demonstration of potential biosensing applications," Optical Engineering 45(4), 043402 (1 April 2006). http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/1.2188956
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Diffraction gratings

Proteins

Silica

Biomedical optics

Biological research

Biosensing

Molecules

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