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Dr. Charles Esnault, Prof. Benoît Chénais, Dr. Nathalie Casse, Dr. Nicolas Delorme, Prof. Guy Louarn and Prof. Jean-François Pilard Cover Picture: Electrochemically Modified Carbon and Chromium Surfaces for AFM Imaging of Double-Strand DNA Interaction with Transposase Protein (ChemPhysChem 2/2013) ChemPhysChem 14

Version of Record online: 28 JAN 2013 | DOI: 10.1002/cphc.201390005

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A simple route for immobilizing linear DNA double-strands is described on p. 338 by B. Chénais, J.-F. Pilard et al. Surface modification by electrografting of an aryldiazonium salt yields a roughness of 0.2 nm. The low roughness obtained by the modification permits visualization by AFM of dsDNA and complexes of dsDNA with a protein.

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