Reference : Molecular recognition force spectroscopy
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http://hdl.handle.net/2268/107179
Molecular recognition force spectroscopy
English
Willet, Nicolas mailto [Université de Liège - ULg > Département de chimie (sciences) > Nano-chimie et systèmes moléculaires >]
Lamprecht, Constanze [Johannes Kepler University of Linz > > Biophysics Institute > >]
Rankl, Christian [Agilent Technologies Austria GmbH > > > >]
Rangl, Martina [Johannes Kepler University of Linz > > Biophysics Institute > >]
Creasey, Rhiannon [Flinders University of South Australia > School of Chemical and Physical Sciences > > >]
Ebner, Andreas [Johannes Kepler University of Linz > > Biophysics Institute > >]
Voelcker, Nicolas H. [Flinders University of South Australia > School of Chemical and Physical Sciences > > >]
Hinterdorfer, Peter [Johannes Kepler University of Linz > > Biophysics Institute > >]
2011
Molecular manipulation with atomic force microscopy
Duwez, Anne-Sophie mailto
Willet, Nicolas mailto
CRC Press
3-46
978-1-4398-0966-2
Boca Raton
FL
[en] Single molecule ; Force spectroscopy ; Molecular recognition ; AFM tip ; probe ; Functionalization ; Recognition imaging
[en] This chapter describes the state of the art in molecular recognition force spectroscopy performed by AFM. The different aspects of the topic are discussed, as the appropriate techniques for the functionalization of cantilever tips and for the preparation of (biological) samples. The principles of single-molecule force spectroscopy are then explained, together with exciting and recent examples on synthetic and biological samples. Finally, the main techniques to map molecular recognition interactions are reviewed and discussed in terms of performances. Novel and interesting applications illustrate the use of these imaging methods.
Researchers ; Professionals ; Students
http://hdl.handle.net/2268/107179
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