Title

Antibody modified porous silicon microparticles for the selective capture of cells

RIS ID

106290

Publication Details

Guan, B., Magenau, A., Ciampi, S., Gaus, K., Reece, P. J. & Gooding, J. Justin. (2014). Antibody modified porous silicon microparticles for the selective capture of cells. Bioconjugate Chemistry, 25 (7), 1282-1289.

Abstract

Herein, the ability of porous silicon (PSi) particles for selectively binding to specific cells is investigated. PSi microparticles with a high reflectance band in the reflectivity profile are fabricated, and subsequently passivated and modified with antibodies via the Cu(I)-catalyzed alkyne-azide cycloaddition reaction and succimidyl activation. To demonstrate the ability of the antibody-modified PSi particles to selectively bind to one cell type over others, HeLa cells were transfected with surface epitopes fused to fluorescent proteins. The antibody-functionalized PSi particles showed good selectivity for the corresponding surface protein on HeLa cells, with no significant cross-reactivity. The results are important for the application of PSi particles in cell sensing and drug delivery. 2014 American Chemical Society.

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1021/bc500144u