Friday, March 10, 2006

Belcher Lab (cambrios tech mostly) BaISA related pub titles Bio Assisted Inorganic Self Assembly

Biomaterials functionalization using a novel peptide that selectively binds to a conducting polymer
Biological scaffolds for the peptide directed assembly of nanoscale materials and devices


Bacterial Biosynthesis of Cadmium Sulfide Nanocrystals
A method for coupled transcription and aminoacylation of cysteinyl-tRNA
Virus-based genetic toolkit for the directed synthesis of magnetic and semiconducting nanowires
Layer-by-layer surface modification and patterned electrostatic deposition of quantum dots
Development of a novel method for surface modification of synthetic polymer using combinatorial peptide screening technologies
Biological Routes to Metal Alloy Ferromagnetic Nanostructures
Fabricating novel biomimetic polymers using combinatorial peptide screening technologies
Virus-Based Fabrication of Micro- and Nanofibers Using Electrospinning
Molecular orientation of a ZnS-nanocrystal-modified M13 virus on a silicon substrate
Virus-based toolkit for the directed synthesis of magnetic and semiconducting nanowires
Genetically Driven Assembly of Nanorings Based on the M13 Virus


Viruses as vehicles for growth, organization and assembly of materials
Optical anisotropy in individual CdS quantum dot ensembles
Synthesis and organization of nanoscale II-VI semiconductor materials using evolved peptide specificity and viral capsid assembly
Building Quantum Dots into solids with well-defined shapes
Viral assembly of oriented quantum dot nanowires
Virus-based alignment of inorganic, organic, and biological nanosized materials
Optical spectroscopy of silicon nanowires
Spectroscopy of individual silicon nanowires

Making new hybrid bio electronic and magnetic materials based on nature's design
Structural and microstructural characterization of the growth lines and prismatic microarchitecture in red abalone shell and the microstructures of abalone "flat pearls"
Emulating biology: building nanostructures from the bottom up
Ordering of quantum dots using genetically engineered viruses

Biomolecular recognition and control of nano magnetic and semiconductor materials

Protein components and inorganic structure in shell nacre
Borrowing ideas from nature: peptide-specific binding to gallium arsenide
Selection of peptides with semiconductor binding specificity for directed nanocrystal assembly


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