A combined XPS, NEXAFS, and ToF-SIMS chemical surface characterization of carbohydrate-functionalized gold and glass surfaces is presented. Spot shape and chemical composition across a spot surface are provided by surface-sensitive methods as ToF-SIMS and XPS, used in their imaging modes. Moreover, the feasibility of this multimethod approach to control relevant production steps of a carbohydrate microarray prototype is demonstrated. Copyright © Taylor & Francis Group, LLC.

Multimethod chemical characterization of carbohydrate-functionalized surfaces / Dietrich Paul, M.; Horlacher, Tim; Girard-Lauriault, Pierre-Luc; Gross, Thomas; Lippitz, Andreas; Min, Hyegeun.; Wirth, Thomas; Castelli, Riccardo; Seeberger Peter, H.; Unger Wolfgang, E. S.. - In: JOURNAL OF CARBOHYDRATE CHEMISTRY. - ISSN 0732-8303. - 30:4-6(2011), pp. 361-372. [10.1080/07328303.2011.615181]

Multimethod chemical characterization of carbohydrate-functionalized surfaces

Castelli Riccardo;
2011

Abstract

A combined XPS, NEXAFS, and ToF-SIMS chemical surface characterization of carbohydrate-functionalized gold and glass surfaces is presented. Spot shape and chemical composition across a spot surface are provided by surface-sensitive methods as ToF-SIMS and XPS, used in their imaging modes. Moreover, the feasibility of this multimethod approach to control relevant production steps of a carbohydrate microarray prototype is demonstrated. Copyright © Taylor & Francis Group, LLC.
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