Controlling Lipid Membrane Architecture for Tunable Nanoplasmonic Biosensing

July 30, 2014

Tunable nanoplasmonic biosensing for lipid and protein applications is reported based on controlling lipid membrane architecture on surfaces. The interaction of a peptide with lipid membranes is highly sensitive to the membrane architecture on top of plasmonic nanodisks, and the measurement response varies in a manner which is consistent with the surrounding lipid environment.


Goh Haw Zan, Joshua Jackman, Seong-Oh Kim, Nam-Joon Cho

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