The use of cationic biopolymer surfaces for high protein binding affinity matrices is described. As model proteins, fluorescently labeled bovine serum albumins (FITC-BSA, TRITC-BSA) have been employed. The amount of proteins on such cationically rendered surfaces was quantified by QCM-D. In addition, flexible, transparent, patterned COP slides have been prepared and loaded with proteins ranging from 15 pM to 15 μM TRITC-BSA.
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Mohan, T., Kargl, R., Doliska, A., Köstler, S., Ribitsch, V., Marn, J., ... Stana-Kleinschek, K. (2013). Cationically rendered biopolymer surfaces for high protein affinity support matrices. Chemical Communications, 49, 11530-11532. https://doi.org/10.1039/C3CC46414H