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Detection of C-reactive protein on a functional poly(thiophene) self-assembled monolayer using surface plasmon resonance
- Detection of C-reactive protein on a functional poly(thiophene) self-assembled monolayer using surface plasmon resonance
- Kim, HC[Kim, Hyun-Chul]; Lee, SK[Lee, Soo-Keun]; Jeon, WB[Jeon, Won Bae]; Lyu, HK[Lyu, Hong-Kun]; Lee, SW[Lee, Seung Woo]; Jeong, SW[Jeong, Sang Won]
- DGIST Authors
- Kim, HC[Kim, Hyun-Chul]; Lee, SK[Lee, Soo-Keun]; Jeon, WB[Jeon, Won Bae]; Lyu, HK[Lyu, Hong-Kun]; Jeong, SW[Jeong, Sang Won]
- Issue Date
- Ultramicroscopy, 108(10), 1379-1383
- Article Type
- Article; Proceedings Paper
- Amine; Antibody; Biosensing Techniques; Biosensor; C-Reactive Protein; C Reactive Protein; C Reactive Protein Antibody; Chloroform; Ester Derivative; Ester Groups; Esterification; Esters; Ferric Chloride; Gel Permeation Chromatography; Gold; Infrared Spectroscopy; Molecular Biology; N-Hydroxysuccinimide; N Hydroxysuccinimide; Nuclear Magnetic Resonance; Organic Compounds; Organic Polymers; Poly(3 (2 ((N Succinimidyl)Succinyloxy)Ethyl)Thiophene); Poly(Thiophene); Polymer; Polymerization; Polymers; Protein Analysis; Protein Interaction; Self-Assembled Monolayer; Self Assembly; Surface Plasmon Resonance; Thiophene; Thiophene Derivative; Thiophenes; Unclassified Drug
- The preparation of a new poly(thiophene) with pendant N-hydroxysuccinimide ester groups and its application to immobilization of biomolecules are reported. A thiophene derivative of N-hydroxysuccinimide ester was polymerized with FeCl3 in chloroform and the resulting poly(thiophene) was characterized by nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR), Fourier transform infrared (FT-IR), and gel permeation chromatography (GPC). This polymer reacts with amine-bearing molecules to yield new poly(thiophene) derivatives and the specific interactions at the side groups could be detected. Thus, a self-assembled monolayer (SAM) using the polymer was formed on a gold-coated quartz cell and anti-C-reactive protein (anti-CRP) was immobilized. The binding behavior of CRP on the surface was monitored by use of a surface plasmon resonance (SPR) sensor system. © 2008 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.
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