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Keywords:

  • dark-field microscopy;
  • electrochemistry;
  • membranes;
  • plasmon resonance Rayleigh scattering
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The growth of metal nanoparticles on ion-channel pores of a stable protein 1 (SP1) membrane is monitored in situ by dark field microscopy and plasmon resonance Rayleigh scattering. In their Communication on page 140 ff., Y.-T. Long and co-workers describe the electrodeposition process of single nanoparticles in the core of an SP1 template and the sensing of antigen–antibody binding on single nanoparticles.