Dr. Jens Voskuhl, Dr. Christian Wendeln, M. Sc. Frank Versluis, M. Sc. Eva-Corinna Fritz, M. Sc. Oliver Roling, M. Sc. Harshal Zope, Dr. Christian Schulz, Dipl.-Phys. Stefan Rinnen, Prof. Dr. Heinrich F. Arlinghaus, Prof. Dr. Bart Jan Ravoo and Dr. Alexander Kros Immobilization of Liposomes and Vesicles on Patterned Surfaces by a Peptide Coiled-Coil Binding Motif Angewandte Chemie International Edition 51
Version of Record online: 26 SEP 2012 | DOI: 10.1002/anie.201204836
Patchy surfaces: An azide-terminated self-assembled monolayer was patterned with the peptide sequence (EIAALEK)3 by using microcontact printing. This sequence forms stable coiled-coil heterodimers with the complementary peptide (KIAALKE)3. By introducing this peptide to the surface of phospholipid liposomes and cyclodextrin vesicles, liposomes and vesicles can be immobilized at the patterned surface.
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