Towards a Novel Silk-based Biosensing Platform with Broad Biomedical Utility: A Multifaceted Approach.

Brenckle, Mark Allen.
2011

As a biomaterial, silk fibroin protein possesses a number of desirable characteristics, including biocompatibility and remarkable strength, which make it ideal for a number of biosensing applications. Herein, we take a broad look at a number of the important components of developing such a sensor, including conjugating IgG antibodies to the silk substrate as a biosignal, the materials aspects of p... read more

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Undergraduate Honors Theses
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Biosensors
Tufts University. Department of Biomedical Engineering.
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