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[paper accepted] Realtime monitoring of molecular binding

Evan and his funny colleagues investigated the dynamics of Streptavidin-biotin interaction in realtime. Detection of streptavidin-biotin intermediate metastable states at the single-molecule level using high temporal-resolution atomic force microscopy. Mondarte, E. A. Q.; Maekawa, T.; Nyu, T.; Tahara, H.; Lkhamsuren, G.; Hayashi, T. RSC Advances 2019, in print. 

[paper accepted] isocyanide SAMs

Azuho and others’ work has been accepted for the Journal of Physical Chemistry C. Improvement of the Thermal Stability of Self-Assembled Monolayers of Isocyanide Derivatives on Gold. Tsunoi, A.; Lkhamsuren, G.; Mondarte, E. A.; Asatyas, S.; Oguchi, M.; Noh, J.; Hayashi, T. Journal of Physical Chemistry C 2019, in print. 

[paper accepted] SAMs observed with STM

Formation and Structure of Highly Ordered Self-Assembled Monolayers by Adsorption of Acetyl-Protected Conjugated Thiols on Au(111) in Tetrabutylammonium Cyanide Solution. Park, T.; Kang, H.; Seong, S.; Han, S.; Son, Y. J.; Ito, E.; Hayashi, T.; Hara, M.; Noh, J. The Journal of Physical Chemistry Part C 2019.  An article on self-assembled monolayers (SAMs) has been accepted.

Papers on self-assembled monolayers accepted

Papers on self-assembled monolayers (SAMs) (collaboration with Prof. Jaeguen Noh@Hanyang Univ.)  have been accepted. “Displacement Processes of 1-Adamanetanethiol Self-Assembled Monolayers on Au(111) by 1-Hexanethiol” Y. J. Son, S. Han, K. Yoshizawa, T. Hayashi, M. Hara, and J. Noh, J. Nanosci. Nanotechnol., 2018) “Solvent Effect on the Formation of Octaneselenocyanate Self- Assembled Monolayers on Au(111)” S. Han, H. Park, J. W. Han, K. Yoshizawa, T. Hayashi, M. Hara, and J. Noh, J. Nanosci. Nanotechnol., 2018)

[review article] Water near bioinert self-assembled monolayers

研究室メンバーの最近の成果をまとめた総説がPolymer Journalに受理されました。 Water near bioinert self-assembled monolayers Ryongsok Chang, Syifa Asatyas, Ganchimeg Lkhamsuren, Makoto Hirohara, Evan Angelo Quimada Mondarte, Kasinan Suthiwanich, Taito Sekine and Tomohiro Hayashi Abstract For a long time, water has been speculated to play an essential role in interactions of proteins and cells with artificial biocompatible materials. The question here is how water molecules at the interfaces affect the adsorption of proteins and adhesion of cells. To answer this question, we introduce recent works to investigate the interfacial behavior of water near self-assembled monolayers (SAMs) by different types of analytical techniques. By combining these findings, we discuss how interfacial water affects protein- and cell-resistance of various bioinert…

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