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Novel Rapid Protein Coating Technique for Silicon Photonic Biosensor to Improve Surface Morphology and Increase Bioreceptor Density
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2.5% GA for 45 min at room temperature Element composition after each step of GOx coating using (a) APTES-GA technique and (b) APTES-(EDC/NHS) technique. 2.1. Conventional APTES-GA and EDC-NHS Coating Techniques hydrolysis of ethoxy (–C 2H 5) groups from APTES, leading to the formation of silanols (
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  • 2.5% GA for 45 min at room temperature
  • Element composition after each step of GOx coating using (a) APTES-GA technique and (b) APTES-(EDC/NHS) technique.
  • 2.1. Conventional APTES-GA and EDC-NHS Coating Techniques
  • hydrolysis of ethoxy (–C 2H 5) groups from APTES, leading to the formation of silanols (Si–OH)
  • both aldehydes of some GA molecules may bind with APTES,

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