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Self-assembly of vesicle nanoarrays on Si: A potential route to high-density functional protein arrays
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10.1063/1.2431774
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(Color online) Au–Si nanodots form along the steps that result from 0.1° miscut of the Si(111) wafer. An annealing process causes the deposited gold to form these nanodots that are high and roughly wide as can be seen from the AFM images. The image on the extreme right presents a large scale scan of these nanodots showing a quasiordered array.

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(Color online) Vesicle attached to a gold-on-glass substrate, showing that the vesicles attach to gold. The AFM was used in the tapping mode in liquid to obtain this image.

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(Color online) AFM image of nanodot rows with vesicles attached. The vesicles on this substrate have a similar shape to those that formed on the gold-on-glass substrate but in this case, they form on the nanodot array.

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Scitation: Self-assembly of vesicle nanoarrays on Si: A potential route to high-density functional protein arrays
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/apl/90/3/10.1063/1.2431774
10.1063/1.2431774
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