By Joseph M. Kinsella, Albena Ivanisevic (auth.), Professor Bharat Bhushan, Professor Dr. Harald Fuchs (eds.)
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Although these structures are complex, their interactions can be exploited on surfaces or in solution to fabricate three-dimensional architectures. Biological macromolecules and biological entities such as bacteria and virions can also be indirectly patterned using non-covalent interactions. Patterning of polyelectrolytes, which will be explained in further detail later, can create speciﬁc areas on the substrate that are highly charged. Charged areas on the surface can be used in the electrostatic assembly of oppositely charged biological molecules.
M. Kinsella · A. Ivanisevic Fig. 4. AFM images of DNA stretched onto DPN generated patterns of the polyelectrolyte poly(allylammonium) hydrochloride (PAH). (a) Height image. (b) Phase image. The DPN generated patterns of PAH are clearly visible as vertical lines in the phase image. They do not appear in the height image due to the small height of the deposited polyelectrolyte when patterned using DPN. Figure reprinted with permission from  Fig. 5. AFM height image of genetically modiﬁed cowpeamosaic virus (CPMV).
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