Surface patterning of (bio)molecules onto the inner wall of fused-silica capillary tubes

Lab on a Chip
Nabil DendaneEric Defrancq

Abstract

An efficient photochemical method for the site-specific immobilization and patterning of (bio)molecules inside glass capillary tubes is reported. The strategy involves the photodeprotection of reactive aminooxy groups on surfaces and subsequent reaction with aldehyde containing (bio)molecules.

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