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Nature-Inspired Construction of Two-Dimensionally Self-Assembled Peptide on Pristine Graphene

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Title
Nature-Inspired Construction of Two-Dimensionally Self-Assembled Peptide on Pristine Graphene
Author(s)
No, YH; Kim, NH; Gnapareddy, B; Choi, B; Kim, YT; Dugasani, SR; Lee, OS; Kim, KH; Ko, YS; Lee, S; Lee, SW; Park, SH; Eom, K; Yong Ho Kim
Publication Date
2017-08
Journal
Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters, v.8, no.16, pp.3734 - 3739
Publisher
AMER CHEMICAL SOC
Abstract
Peptide assemblies have received significant attention because of their important role in biology and applications in bionanotechnology. Despite recent efforts to elucidate the principles of peptide self-assembly for developing novel functional devices, peptide self-assembly on two-dimensional nanomaterials has remained challenging. Here, we report nature-inspired two-dimensional peptide self-assembly on pristine graphene via optimization of peptide peptide and peptide graphene interactions. Two-dimensional peptide self-assembly was designed based on statistical analyses of >10(4) protein structures existing in nature and atomistic simulation-based structure predictions. We characterized the structures and surface properties of the self-assembled peptide formed on pristine graphene. Our study provides insights into the formation of peptide assemblies coupled with two-dimensional nanomaterials for further development of nanobiocomposite devices. © 2017 American Chemical Society
URI
https://pr.ibs.re.kr/handle/8788114/4083
ISSN
1948-7185
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