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Acc Chem Res. 2002 Oct;35(10):847-55.

Electrostatic assembly of nanoparticles and biomacromolecules.

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  • 1Materials Chemistry, Biochemical Sciences, and Organic Chemistry (Synthesis) Divisions, National Chemical Laboratory, Pune-411 008, India. sastry@ems.ncl.res.in

Abstract

The controlled assembly of nanoparticles in thin film form on solid supports, both as monolayers and as superlattice structures, is a problem of considerable topical interest. Among the many interactions used to program the assembly of nanoparticles, electrostatic forces are particularly interesting for many reasons. This Account deals with assembling surface-modified nanoparticles in thin film form using electrostatic interactions at the air-water interface and in thermally evaporated lipid films. The generality of the electrostatic assembly protocol is demonstrated in the immobilization of DNA and proteins in lipid films.

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