Electrode-imposed signals are used to assemble proteins without the need for reactive reagents. The two-step assembly approach uses i) cathodic signals to electrodeposit the amino-polysaccharide chitosan and ii) anodic signals to activate the chitosan film for protein assembly. Proteins are shown to assemble at individual electrode addresses, with spatial selectivity and quantitative control.
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