Biomaterials and Biointerfaces Laboratory
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Real-time, label-free, in-situ kinetic analysis of adsorption of proteins, DNA, nanoparticles, or other biomolecules onto solid surfaces (QCM-D/OWLS). Automated air/water tensiometry for measurement of interfacial properties of surfactants, proteins, etc. Expertise in bioactive and biocompatible coatings, bioconjugation and protein modification, surfactant-protein interactions at interfaces.
Gleeson Hall (Chemical Engineering) Rm. 300
Karl F. Schilke
Q-Sense E4 Quartz-Crystal Microbalance with Dissipation (QCM-D). MicroVacuum OWLS 210 Optical Waveguide Lightmode Spectroscopy system. First Ten Angstroms FTA-T10 Automated Interfacial Tensiometer