Tunable resistive m-dPEG acid patterns on polyelectrolyte multilayers at physiological conditions: Template for directed deposition of biomacromolecules

Srivatsan Kidambi, Christina Chan, Ilsoon Lee

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    This paper describes a new class of salt-responsive poly(ethylene glycol) (PEG) self-assembled monolayers (SAMs) on top of polyelectrolyte multilayer (PEMs) films. PEM surfaces with poly(diallyldimethylammonium chloride) as the topmost layer are chemically patterned by microcontact printing (μCP) oligomeric PEG molecules with an activated carboxylic acid terminal group (m-dPEG acid). The resistive m-d-poly(ethylene glycol) (m-dPEG) acid molecules on the PEMs films were subsequently removed from the PEM surface with salt treatment, thus converting the nonadhesive surfaces into adhesive surfaces. The resistive PEG patterns facilitate the directed deposition of various macromolecules such as polymers, dyes, colloidal particles, proteins, liposomes, and nucleic acids. Further, these PEG patterns act as a universal resist for different types of cells (e.g., primary cells, cell lines), thus permitting more flexibility in attaching a wide variety of cells to material surfaces. The patterned films were characterized by optical microscopy and atomic force microscopy (AFM). The PEG patterns were removed from the PEM surface at certain salt conditions without affecting the PEM films underneath the SAMs. Removal of the PEG SAMs and the stability of the PEM films underneath it were characterized with ellipsometry and optical microscopy. Such salt- and pH-responsive surfaces could lead to significant advances in the fields of tissue engineering, targeted drug delivery, materials science, and biology.

    Original languageEnglish (US)
    Pages (from-to)224-230
    Number of pages7
    JournalLangmuir
    Volume24
    Issue number1
    DOIs
    StatePublished - Jan 1 2008

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    Polyethylene glycols
    Polyelectrolytes
    Magnesium Deficiency
    Edema Disease of Swine
    glycols
    ethylene
    salts
    acids
    cells
    Multilayer films
    Multilayers
    Salts
    Micelles
    Neuropeptides
    Self assembled monolayers
    Acids
    microscopy
    molecules
    Optical microscopy
    Molecules

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    • Colloid and Surface Chemistry

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