Biosurface organic chemistry: Interfacial chemical reactions for applications to nanobiotechnology and biomedical sciences

In this review, the field of biosurface organic chemistry is defined and some examples are presented. The aim of biosurface organic chemistry, composed of surface organic chemistry, bioconjugation, and micro- and nanofabrication, is to control the interfaces between biological and non-biological systems at the molecular level. Biosurface organic chemistry has evolved into the stage, where the lateral and vertical control of chemical compositions is achievable with recent developments of nanoscience and nanotechnology. Some new findings in the field are discussed in consideration of their applicability to nanobiotechnology and biomedical sciences.
Publisher
KOREAN CHEMICAL SOC
Issue Date
2005-03
Language
ENG
Keywords

SELF-ASSEMBLED MONOLAYERS; TRANSFER RADICAL POLYMERIZATION; SURFACE-INITIATED POLYMERIZATION; DIELS-ALDER REACTION; OPENING METATHESIS POLYMERIZATION; DIP-PEN NANOLITHOGRAPHY; SCANNING-PROBE LITHOGRAPHY; POLY(GLYCOLIC ACID) PGA; GOLD SURFACES; N-ISOPROPYLACRYLAMIDE

Citation

BULLETIN OF THE KOREAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY, v.26, no.3, pp.361 - 370

ISSN
0253-2964
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/10203/13739
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CH-Journal Papers(저널논문)
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