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  1. The resonance conditions for excitation of propagating surface plasmons at planar metal/dielectric interfaces and localized surface plasmons associated with metal nanostructures are both sensitive to changes i...

    Authors: Magnus P. Jonsson, Andreas B. Dahlin, Peter Jönsson and Fredrik Höök

    Citation: Biointerphases 2009 3:30300030

    Content type: ReviewPaper

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  2. Biologically functional supported lipid bilayers (SLBs) used in the rising field of nanobiotechnology require fine tuning of the SLB interface with the substrate, e.g., a sensor surface. Depending on the appli...

    Authors: Bert Nickel

    Citation: Biointerphases 2008 3:30300040

    Content type: OriginalPaper

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  3. Electrodes intended for neural communication must be designed to meet both the electrochemical and biological requirements essential for long term functionality. Metallic electrode materials have been found in...

    Authors: Maria Asplund, Hans von Holst and Olle Inganäs

    Citation: Biointerphases 2008 3:30300083

    Content type: OriginalPaper

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  4. Recent progress in simulating the properties of interfacial water at hard hydrophobic and hydrophilic surfaces is reviewed and compared to results for the air/water interface. The authors discuss static proper...

    Authors: Felix Sedlmeier, Jiri Janecek, Christian Sendner, Lyderic Bocquet, Roland R. Netz and Dominik Horinek

    Citation: Biointerphases 2008 3:30300023

    Content type: ReviewPaper

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  5. The conformational changes in elastinlike polypeptides (ELPs) grafted to a solid/solution interface via different architectures were studied using surface plasmon resonance spectroscopy and surface plasmon fie...

    Authors: Fei Xu, Huang Min Joon, Kimberly Trabbic-Carlson, Ashutosh Chilkoti and Wolfgang Knoll

    Citation: Biointerphases 2008 3:30300066

    Content type: OriginalPaper

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  6. Three different approaches to the immobilization of proteins at surfaces have been compared. All rely on the creation of surface groups that bind primary amines on lysine residues. Carboxylic acid terminated s...

    Authors: Robert E. Ducker, Matthew T. Montague and Graham J. Leggett

    Citation: Biointerphases 2008 3:30300059

    Content type: OriginalPaper

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  7. Patterning of proteins is critical to protein biochips. Printing of layers of proteins is well established, as is adsorption of proteins to surfaces properly modified with surface chemical functionalities. The...

    Authors: Jens A. Wigenius, Sophia Fransson, Fredrik von Post and Olle Inganäs

    Citation: Biointerphases 2008 3:30300075

    Content type: OriginalPaper

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  8. The interfaces formed by water and aqueous solutions with organic soft matter play an important part in nature and technological applications. Good examples are provided by water in contact with surfactants, s...

    Authors: Michael Grunze and Alexander Pertsin

    Citation: Biointerphases 2008 3:30300011

    Content type: Preface

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  9. Surface-layer (S-layer( supported lipid membranes on solid substrates are interfacial architectures mimicking the supramolecular principle of cell envelopes which have been optimized for billions of years of e...

    Authors: W. Knoll, R. Naumann, M. Friedrich, J. W. F. Robertson, M. Lösche, F. Heinrich, D. J. McGillivray, B. Schuster, P. C. Gufler, D. Pum and U. B. Sleytr

    Citation: Biointerphases 2008 3:30200125

    Content type: OriginalPaper

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  10. The authors investigate membrane composition-mediated interactions between proteins adsorbed onto a two-component lipid bilayer close to critical demixing using coarse-grained molecular dynamics simulations an...

    Authors: Benedict J. Reynwar and Markus Deserno

    Citation: Biointerphases 2008 3:30200117

    Content type: OriginalPaper

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  11. This article summarizes our most recent contributions to the rapidly growing field of supported lipid assemblies with emphasis on current studies addressing both fundamental and applied aspects of supported li...

    Authors: Fredrik Höök, Gudrun Stengel, Andreas B. Dahlin, Anders Gunnarsson, Magnus P. Jonsson, Peter Jönsson, Erik Reimhult, Lisa Simonsson and Sofia Svedhem

    Citation: Biointerphases 2008 3:30200108

    Content type: OriginalPaper

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  12. Lipid vesicles (liposomes) exhibit a wide range of behavior at inorganic (oxide) surfaces. A complete understanding of the vesicle-surface interactions, and of the ensuing transformations surface adsorbed lipo...

    Authors: Tabrisur Rhaman Khan, H. Michelle Grandin, Alireza Mashaghi, Marcus Textor, Erik Reimhult and Ilya Reviakine

    Citation: Biointerphases 2008 3:30200090

    Content type: OriginalPaper

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  13. Tethered bilayer lipid membranes have been shown to be an excellent model system for biological membranes. Coupling of a membrane to a solid supports creates a stable system that is accessible for various surf...

    Authors: Inga K. Vockenroth, Christian Ohm, Joseph W. F. Robertson, Duncan J. McGillivraya, Mathias Lösche and Ingo Köper

    Citation: Biointerphases 2008 3:30200068

    Content type: OriginalPaper

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  14. The application of scattering methods in the study of biological and biomedical problems is a field of research that is currently experiencing fast growth. In particular, neutron reflectometry (NR) is a techni...

    Authors: Tommy Nylander, Richard A. Campbell, Pauline Vandoolaeghe, Marité Cárdenas, Per Linse and Adrian R. Rennie

    Citation: Biointerphases 2008 3:30200064

    Content type: OriginalPaper

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  15. Solid-supported bilayer lipid membranes (SBLMs) containing membrane protein have been generated through a simple lipid dilution technique. SBLM formation from mixtures of native Escherichia coli bacterial inner m...

    Authors: Charlotte E. Dodd, Benjamin R. G. Johnson, Lars J. C. Jeuken, Timothy D. H. Bugg, Richard J. Bushby and Stephen D. Evans

    Citation: Biointerphases 2008 3:30200059

    Content type: OriginalPaper

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  16. Highly aligned, substrate supported membranes have made it possible for physical techniques to extract unambiguous structural information previously not accessible from commonly available membrane dispersions,...

    Authors: John Katsaras, Norbert Kučerka and Mu-Ping Nieh

    Citation: Biointerphases 2008 3:30200055

    Content type: OriginalPaper

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  17. This article addresses the lateral organization of two-component lipid membranes deposited on a solid support with the addition of colloidal particles. The authors have applied synchrotron-based scanning trans...

    Authors: Eva Nováková, Genoveva Mitrea, Christian Peth, Jürgen Thieme, Klaus Mann and Tim Salditt

    Citation: Biointerphases 2008 3:30200044

    Content type: OriginalPaper

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  18. In recent years, a large effort has been spent on advancing the understanding of how surface-supported membranes are formed through vesicle fusion. The aim is to find simple model systems for investigating bio...

    Authors: Christoph Merz, Wolfgang Knoll, Marcus Textor and Erik Reimhult

    Citation: Biointerphases 2008 3:30200041

    Content type: OriginalPaper

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  19. The authors describe a biosensing concept based on the release of compounds, which are encapsulated within lipid-coated porous silica microspheres, by detergents and toxins that disrupt supported lipid bilayer...

    Authors: Menake E. Piyasena, Reema Zeineldin, Kyle Fenton, Tione Buranda and Gabriel P. Lopez

    Citation: Biointerphases 2008 3:30200038

    Content type: OriginalPaper

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  20. Bilayer membranes on solid supports are being developed as electrically addressable, robust, surface-supported membrane mimetics. These platforms are being explored for basic ion channel research as well as fo...

    Authors: Janice Lin, Mikhail Merzlyakov, Kalina Hristova and Peter C. Searsona

    Citation: Biointerphases 2008 3:30200033

    Content type: OriginalPaper

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  21. The present review focuses on a unique bio-molecular construction kit based on surface-layer S-layer proteins as building blocks and patterning elements, but also major classes of biological molecules such as ...

    Authors: Bernhard Schuster, Dietmar Pum and Uwe B. Sleytr

    Citation: Biointerphases 2008 3:30200032

    Content type: OriginalPaper

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  22. We demonstrate a convenient chip platform for the addressable immobilization of protein-loaded vesicles on a microarray for parallelized, high-throughput analysis of lipid-protein systems. Self-sorting of the ...

    Authors: Goran Klenkar, Björn Brian, Thomas Ederth, Gudrun Stengel, Fredrik Höök, Jacob Piehler and Bo Liedberg

    Citation: Biointerphases 2008 3:30200029

    Content type: OriginalPaper

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  23. A synchrotron-based x-ray photoemission electron microscope (X-PEEM) was used to investigate the coadsorption of a mixture of human albumin serum and SUB-6, a synthetic antimicrobial peptide, to a phase-segreg...

    Authors: Bonnie O. Leung, Adam P. Hitchcock, John L. Brash, Andreas Scholl, Andrew Doran, Peter Henklein, Joerg Overhage, Kai Hilpert, John D. Hale and Robert E. W. Hancock

    Citation: Biointerphases 2008 3:30200027

    Content type: OriginalPaper

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  24. While it is well-appreciated that the extracellular matrix plays a critical role in influencing cell responses, well-defined and reproducible presentation of extracellular matrix proteins poses a challenge for in...

    Authors: John T. Elliott, Michael Halter, Anne L. Plant, John T. Woodward, Kurt J. Langenbach and Alessandro Tona

    Citation: Biointerphases 2008 3:30200019

    Content type: OriginalPaper

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  25. Authors: Eva-Kathrin Sinner, Ingo Köper and Wolfgang Knoll

    Citation: Biointerphases 2008 3:30200013

    Content type: Preface

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  26. The adsorption behavior of a biomolecule, such as a peptide or protein, to a functionalized surface is of fundamental importance for a broad range of applications in biotechnology. The adsorption free energy f...

    Authors: Feng Wang, Steven J. Stuart and Robert A. Latour

    Citation: Biointerphases 2008 3:30100009

    Content type: OriginalPaper

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  27. The study of protein-surface interactions is of great significance in the design of biomaterials and the evaluation of molecular processes in tissue engineering. The authors have used atomic force microscopy (...

    Authors: Theodora S. Tsapikouni, Stephanie Allen and Yannis F. Missirlisa)

    Citation: Biointerphases 2008 3:30100001

    Content type: OriginalPaper

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