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Quadruply Hydrogen Bonding Modules as Highly Selective Nanoscale Adhesive Agents

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posted on 2013-07-19, 00:00 authored by Yagang Zhang, Cyrus A. Anderson, Steven C. Zimmerman
Covalently linking DNA base analogues DAN, DeUG, or UPy to glass slides led to functional surfaces that could be glued together using a functionalized polystyrene displaying the complementary recognition unit. Nonspecific adhesion was minimized with fluorinated alkane (Teflon-like or Scotchgard-like) surfaces.