Accession Number : AD1036353

Title :   Cross-Discipline Bio-Nanostructured Enhanced Photonic Multimode-Sensor Science

Descriptive Note : Technical Report,15 Mar 2015,14 Jun 2016


Personal Author(s) : Gonzalez-Nilo,Fernando D

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Report Date : 23 May 2017

Pagination or Media Count : 16

Abstract : This cross-discipline experimental study aimed to combine soft material science with nanotechnology and multi-physics modeling to produce adaptable bio-nanostructure based on Quantum Dots and Proteins, dropping therefore the cytotoxicity and open new applications in biomedicine, among other areas. We observe from MALDI-TOF analysis two type of proteins in the coating of the Quantum Dots synthetized in bacterias: proteins that interact with nucleotides or DNA and chaperone proteins. All these sequences recollected were annotated and analyzed using bioinformatics tools. At the same time, some of the proteins with structural information were model and characterized the residues accessible to the solvent, in order to evaluate a molecular mechanism of the condensation process of the proteins on the surface of the Quantum Dots.

Descriptors :   materials science , nanotechnology , quantum dots , nanostructure , proteins , biomedicine , bacteria , nucleotides , metallic nanoparticles , molecular dynamics simulations , nanoparticles , gammaproteobacteria , cysteine , keto acids , nucleic acids , laser spectroscopy , detectors

Subject Categories : Electrical and Electronic Equipment
      Miscellaneous Detection and Detectors

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE