Protein interaction with cellulose studied with MP-SPR
and QCM-D

Application Note #126

Langmuir-blodgett


Selecting surface modification for in vitro diagnostic tests
Adsorption of hIgG on cellulose, chitosan and CMC surfaces at pH 5-8 studied with MP-SPR.

New type of point of care devices and other consumer analysis devices need new cost effective and preferably renewable new materials in order to be economically and environmentally feasible. Multi-Parametric Surface Plasmon Resonance can be used to study new material coatings, such as modified cellulose model surfaces, for studying interactions of new materials and analysts.

Recommended instrument for this application:

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Further reading

  • If you are interested in cellulose, you may also view AN#149 about functionalization of nanocellulose, AN#159 about swelling of nanocrystalline cellulose in water vapor and AN#158 about predicting cellulose nanocrystals dispersibility.
  • Do you want to see MP-SPR instruments comparison? Click here.
  • If you are interested in reading more about nanocellulose, we recommend to have a look our publications.

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