By Carsten Teller, Jan Halámek, Alexander Makower, Frieder W. Scheller (auth.), Avraham Rasooly, Keith E. Herold (eds.)
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3. Cysteamine-modified crystals should be further activated with glutaraldehyde as described above (see Subheading 1, steps 5–7), the resulting covalent attachment of protein is depicted in Fig. 3. 4. DTSP-modified crystals can be used to immobilize directly proteins through surface aminogroups by simple incubation for 2 h at room temperature. The concentration of proteins can be from 10 to 1,000 μg/mL. 3. Oriented Immobilization of Antibodies 1. Incubate DTSP-modified crystals (Subheading 2, step 4) with Protein A (1 mg/mL in water) for 2 h at room temperature, 20 μL per one side of the crystal.
4 mm) (International Crystal Manufacturing (USA) ). The quartz crystal (Fig. 1A) is housed inside the measurement cell such that only one side of the resonator is in contact with the solution in the cell well; in this way two measurement series can be performed on the same resonator, one for each side. The cell is made of methacrylate, which is resistant and inert toward the chemicals used in the experiment, rigid, allowing to fix it to a support with a pincer and transparent, so that it is possible to observe any anomalies (air bubbles) that could be present into the well.
Kon in L/(mol·s), koff in 1/s, KAss in L/mol 20 Teller et al. Fig. 6. 002 L/s. 4. Notes 1. When working with a flow system, bubbles in measuring cell should be avoided if possible. Therefore, all running buf fers should be degassed thoroughly before usage. g. Plexiglas, bubbles can be easily recognized. If you have to work with an opaque cell, frequency jumps when stopping the flow upon buffer/solution change can be good indicator of bubbles inside the cell. 2. The mentioned 20 μL/min should be considered a guide value.
Biosensors and Biodetection: Methods and Protocols: Electrochemical and Mechanical Detectors, Lateral Flow and Ligands for Biosensors by Carsten Teller, Jan Halámek, Alexander Makower, Frieder W. Scheller (auth.), Avraham Rasooly, Keith E. Herold (eds.)