Protein trapping of silica nanoparticles
We have observed the formation of protein-nanoparticle complexes at the air-water interfaces from three different methods of presenting the nanoparticles to proteins. The structures formed are remarkably reproducible for the three formation mechanisms. The methods of X-ray and neutron reflectivity (with isotopic contrast variation between the protein and nanoparticles) have been used to study the structures formed at the air-water interface of β-casein presented to silica nanoparticle...[Show more]
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