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Templating Gold Surfaces with Function: A Self-Assembled Dendritic Monolayer Methodology Based on Monodisperse Polyester Scaffolds

Journal article
Authors K. Oberg
J. Ropponen
J. Kelly
P. Lowenhielm
Mattias Berglin
M. Malkoch
Published in Langmuir
Volume 29
Issue 1
Pages 456-465
ISSN 0743-7463
Publication year 2013
Published at Department of Chemistry and Molecular Biology
Pages 456-465
Language en
Links dx.doi.org/10.1021/la3041314
Keywords escherichia-coli, click chemistry, bifunctional dendrimers, patterned, surface, type-1 fimbriae, cell-adhesion, dendron-thiol, fimh, multivalent, disulfides, EMISTRYnullBIEBUYCK, HABIEBUYCK, HABIAN, CDBIAN, CDWHITESIDES, GMWHITESIDES, LYMER SCIENCE PART A-POLYMER CHEMISTRYnullAntoni, PerAntoni, PHed, YvonneHed, YNordberg, EMISTRYnullHan, Hye JungHan, HJKannan, Rangaramanujam M.Kannan, RMWang, SunxiWang
Subject categories Chemical Sciences

Abstract

The antibiotic resistance developed among several pathogenic bacterial strains has spurred interest in understanding bacterial adhesion down to a molecular level. Consequently, analytical methods that rely on bioactive and multivalent sensor surfaces are sought to detect and suppress infections. To deliver functional sensor surfaces with an optimized degree of molecular packaging, we explore a library of compact and monodisperse dendritic scaffolds based on the nontoxic 2,2-bis(methylol)propionic acid (bis-MPA). A self-assembled dendritic monolayer (SADM) methodology to gold surfaces capitalizes on the design of aqueous soluble dendritic structures that bear sulfur-containing core functionalities. The nature of sulfur (either disulfide or thiol), the size of the dendritic framework (generation 1-3), the distance between the sulfur and the dendritic wedge (4 or 14 angstrom), and the type of functional end group (hydroxyl or mannose) were key structural elements that were identified to affect the packaging densities assembled on the surfaces. Both surface plasmon resonance (SPR) and resonance-enhanced surface impedance (RESI) experiments revealed rapid formation of homogenously covered SADMs on gold surfaces. The array of dendritic structures enabled the fabrication of functional gold surfaces displaying molecular covering densities of 0.33-2.2 molecules.nm(-2) and functional availability of 0.95-5.5 groups.nm(-2). The cell scavenging ability of these sensor surfaces for Escherichia coli MS7fim+ bacteria revealed 2.5 times enhanced recognition for G3-mannosylated surfaces when compared to G3-hydroxylated SADM surfaces. This promising methodology delivers functional gold sensor surfaces and represents a facile route for probing surface interactions between multivalently presented motifs and cells in a controlled surface setting.

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