#OWLS

In situ viscoelastic properties and chain conformations of heavily hydrated carboxymethyl dextran layers

A comparative study using OWLS and QCM-I chips coated with waveguide material

We are very proud that both of our OWLS and QCM-I biosensor systems were used in the recent comparative study published on Nature.com See the abstract below and visit Nature.com to read the full publication. In situ viscoelastic properties and chain conformations of heavily hydrated carboxymethyl dextran layers: a comparative study using OWLS and QCM-I […]

Fibronectin terminated multilayer films: protein adsorption and cell attachment studies

Abstract Electrostatically driven layer-by-layer (LbL) assembly is a simple and robust method for producing structurally tailored thin film biomaterials, of thickness ca. 10nm, containing biofunctional ligands. We investigate the LbL formation of multilayer films composed of polymers of biological origin (poly(L-lysine) (PLL) and dextran sulfate (DS)), the adsorption of fibronectin (Fn)–a matrix protein known to […]