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May 20th, 2005

Attaching amino acids to electronic device materials

Abstract:
Researchers at Lucent Technologiesí Bell Laboratories in the US have tested the adhesion of amino acids to semiconductors, metals and insulators used in electronic devices. The team used their results to design an inorganic nanostructure that selectively bound to a particular primary peptide sequence.

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