Self-Assembled Mono- or Multi-layer

Proteins

  1. Uzun L. and al. (2009) Production of surface plasmon resonance based assay kit for hepatitis diagnosis. Biosensors and Bioelectronics. doi:10.1016/j.bios.2009.02.021.
  2. François N. et al. (2007). “Real-time analysis of biomolecular interactions in surface plasmon resonance imaging”. Proceedings of SPIE.

Pyrrole Surface Chemistry

Proteins

  1. Suraniti, E. and al. (2007). “Real-time detection of lymphocytes binding on an antibody chip using SPR imaging.” Lab on a Chip.
  2. Kerdiles Y. M. et al. (2006). “Immunomodulatory properties of Morbillivirus nucleoproteins”. Viral Immunology.
  3. Grosjean L. and al. (2005). “A polypyrrole protein microarray for antibody–antigen interaction studies using a label-free detection process”. Analytical Biochemistry.
  4. Y. Lévy and al (1999). “Use of polymethacryloyl chloride to immobilize proteins onto gold surfaces. Detection by surface plasmon resonance.” Materials Science & Engineering.

Peptides

  1. Polypyrrole–Peptide Microarray for Biomolecular Interaction Analysis by SPR Imaging. (2009), Methods in Molecular Biology, book Peptides Microarrays, Ed. Human Press, vol 570, 317-328.
  2. Cherif B and al. (2006). “Design and application of a microarray for peptide-antibody interactions analysis by fluorescence or SPR imaging”. Journal of Biomedical Nanotechnology (2006) 2: 29-35
  3. Cherif B. and al. (2006). “Clinically Related Protein–Peptide Interactions Monitored in Real Time on Novel Peptide Chips by Surface Plasmon Resonance Imaging”. Clinical Chemistry.

Oligosaccharides

  1. Mercey E. et al. (2008). “Polypyrrole oligosaccharide array and surface plasmon resonance imaging for the measurement of glycosaminoglycan binding interactions”. Anal. Chem. in press.
  2. E. Maillart and al. (2006). “Conductive polymers for surface plasmon resonance imaging of oligosaccharide biochips”. Glycomics and Carbohydrates symposium (March 24-25th), San Diego.
  3. Livache, T. (2001). “Polypyrroles chips as a versatile tool for biological analyses” Chap. of book "Biochip Technologies" by Cheng, J.; Kricka, L. J.

Polymers

  1. K Brengel-Pesce and al. (2003). “Electrochimical addressing of biomolecules on conducting polymers for a multiparametric biological interaction analysis: example of the use of surface plasmon resonance imaging." Bioelectrochemistry and Bioenergetics symposium.

Cells

  1. Roupioz, Y and al. (2009). “Individual Blood-Cell Capture and 2D Organization on Microarrays” small 2009, 5, No. 13, 1493–1497

Gold Nanostructures

Proteins

  1. Patricia Lisboa et al. (2008). "Sensitivity enhancement of surface-plasmon resonance imaging by Nanoarrayed Organothiols". Advanced Materials.

Cells

  1. Ruiz A. and al. (2008) Micro-stamped surfaces for the patterned growth of neural stem cells. Biomaterials.  29: 4766-4774.

Others

  1. X.D. Hoa and al. (2008). “Fabrication and Characterization of Patterned Immobilization of Quantum dots on Metallic Nano-gratings”. Biosensors and Bioelectronics, Vol. 24, Iss. 4, pp. 970-975
  2. X.D. Hoa and al. (2007). “Towards integrated and sensitive surface plasmon resonance biosensors: A review of recent progress,” Biosensors and Bioelectronics, Vol. 23, Iss. 2, 2007, pp. 151-160

Others

  1. Malic L. et al. (2009) Biochip functionalization using electrowetting-on-dielectric digital microfluidics for surface plasmon resonance imaging detection of DNA hybridization. Biosensors and Bioelectronics.  24: 2218-2224
  2. Malic L. et al. (2009) Two dimensional droplet-based surface plasmon resonance imaging using electrowetting-on-dielectric microfluidics. Lab Chip.  9: 473-475.
  3. John Biteau and al (1998). “Large and stable refractive index change in photochromic Hybrid materials.” Chemistry of Materials.
  4. John Biteau and al (1996). “Photochromism of dithienylethene derivatives trapped in sol-gel matrices.” ISOP 96.
  5. Didier Riehl and al (1994). “Stable photoinduced dichroism and refractive index change in oxide silica gels with azo side groups". Nonlinear Optics