Improved Cleaning of Hydrophilic Protein-Coated Surfaces using the Combination of Nanobubbles and SDS
The use of nanobubbles, the common surfactant sodium dodecyl sulfate (SDS), and nanobubbles in combination with SDS as cleaning agents to remove lysozyme from the solid-liquid interface has been investigated using a quartz crystal microbalance on both hydrophobic and hydrophilic surfaces. On the hydrophobic surface, significant amounts of protein remained on the surface after 10 cycles of nanobubble treatment for 10 s periods in phosphate buffer. The cleaning efficiency of SDS was far superior...[Show more]
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