Protein immobilization onto various surfaces using a polymer-bound isocyanate

Hyun Jin Kang, Eun Ji Cha, Hee-Deung Park

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Abstract

Silane coupling agents have been widely used for immobilizing proteins onto inorganic surfaces. However, the immobilization method using silane coupling agents requires several treatment steps, and its application is limited to only surfaces containing hydroxyl groups. The aim of this study was to develop a novel method to overcome the limitations of the silane-based immobilization method using a polymer-bound isocyanate. Initially, polymer-bound isocyanate was dissolved in organic solvent and then was used to dip-coat inorganic surfaces. Proteins were then immobilized onto the dip-coated surfaces by the formation of urea bonds between the isocyanate groups of the polymer and the amine groups of the protein. The reaction was verified by FT-IR in which NCO stretching peaks disappeared, and CO and NH stretching peaks appeared after immobilization. The immobilization efficiency of the newly developed method was insensitive to reaction temperatures (4-50 °C), but the efficiency increased with reaction time and reached a maximum after 4 h. Furthermore, the method showed comparable immobilization efficiency to the silane-based immobilization method and was applicable to surfaces that cannot form hydroxyl groups. Taken together, the newly developed method provides a simple and efficient platform for immobilizing proteins onto surfaces.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)198-204
Number of pages7
JournalApplied Surface Science
Volume324
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2015 Jan 1

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Isocyanates
Silanes
Polymers
Proteins
Coupling agents
Hydroxyl Radical
Stretching
Carbon Monoxide
Organic solvents
Amines
Urea
Membrane Proteins

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Protein immobilization onto various surfaces using a polymer-bound isocyanate. / Kang, Hyun Jin; Cha, Eun Ji; Park, Hee-Deung.

In: Applied Surface Science, Vol. 324, 01.01.2015, p. 198-204.

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