← Back to Search
Preparation Of Unique 1-D Nanoparticle Superstructures And Tailoring Their Structural Features.
Chun-Long Chen, N. Rosi
Published 2010 · Medicine, Chemistry
Download PDFAnalyze on Scholarcy
Designed peptide conjugate molecules are used to simultaneously direct both the synthesis and assembly of gold nanoparticles into various complex 1-D nanoparticle superstructures. We show how synthetic conditions, including reaction time and temperature, can be varied to carefully control the structure of the gold nanoparticle assembly and also the size and density of the nanoparticles within the assembly. We also demonstrate that particle capping agents such as citrate and adenosine triphosphate can be used to adjust the metrics of double-helical gold nanoparticle assemblies, in particular interhelical distances and particle size.
This paper references
A new peptide-based method for the design and synthesis of nanoparticle superstructures: construction of highly ordered gold nanoparticle double helices.
Chun-Long Chen (2008)
Molecular biomimetics: nanotechnology through biology
M. Sarikaya (2003)
One-dimensional assemblies of nanoparticles: Preparation, properties, and promise
Z. Tang (2005)
JA102000G Figure 1. 1-D gold nanoparticle superstructures formed at different time scales
Z. Y. Tang (2005)
Simple and rapid colorimetric enzyme sensing assays using non-crosslinking gold nanoparticle aggregation.
W. Zhao (2007)
Seedless, Surfactantless, High-Yield Synthesis of Branched Gold Nanocrystals in HEPES Buffer Solution
J. Xie (2007)
Fabrication of novel biomaterials through molecular self-assembly
S. Zhang (2003)
Frontiers in Nanoparticle Research: Toward Greater Complexity of Structure and Function of Nanomaterials
N. Kotov (2008)
Properties and emerging applications of self-assembled structures made from inorganic nanoparticles.
Z. Nie (2010)
Plasmonics: Merging Photonics and Electronics at Nanoscale Dimensions
E. Ozbay (2006)
Plasmonic nanoparticle chains via a morphological, sphere-to-string transition.
Y. Kang (2005)
Asymmetrically functionalized gold nanoparticles organized in one-dimensional chains.
R. Sardar (2008)
Peptide-based methods for the preparation of nanostructured inorganic materials.
Chun-Long Chen (2010)
Formation of Gold Nanoparticles by Good's Buffers
A. Habib (2005)
Synthesis of gold nanoparticles using multifunctional peptides.
J. Slocik (2005)
Size control of gold nanocrystals in citrate reduction: the third role of citrate.
Xiaohui Ji (2007)
This paper is referenced by
Templated techniques for the synthesis and assembly of plasmonic nanostructures.
M. R. Jones (2011)
Expeditious synthesis and assembly of sub-100 nm hollow spherical gold nanoparticle superstructures.
C. Song (2010)
Peptide-Directed Assembly of Single-Helical Gold Nanoparticle Superstructures Exhibiting Intense Chiroptical Activity.
Andrea D. Merg (2016)
Electrostatic and aromatic interaction-directed supramolecular self-assembly of a designed Fmoc-tripeptide into helical nanoribbons.
Yanyan Xie (2015)
Assembly of Nanoparticles
Sunita Srivastava (2011)
Recent advances in one-dimensional assembly of nanoparticles.
L. Chen (2019)
Nanocrystal self-assembly with rod-rod block copolymers.
Lianshan Li (2011)
Synthesis and characterization of a calixarene amphiphilie bearing cysteine and uniform Au nanoparticle formation templated by its four cysteine moieties.
Shota Fujii (2013)
Preparation of 1-D nanoparticle superstructures with tailorable thicknesses using gold-binding peptide conjugates.
Leekyoung Hwang (2011)
Tunable, discrete, three-dimensional hybrid nanoarchitectures.
F. Li (2011)
Materials design using genetically engineered proteins
Liming Shen (2011)
A general route to nanocrystal kebabs periodically assembled on stretched flexible polymer shish
H. Xu (2015)
Chiral plasmonics of self-assembled nanorod dimers
W. Ma (2013)
Design and application of inorganic nanoparticle superstructures: current status and future challenges.
Y. Gao (2011)
Deliberate Introduction of Particle Anisotropy in Helical Gold Nanoparticle Superstructures
Soumitra Mokashi-Punekar (2019)
Nanoparticle chain formation on functional surfaces using insulin fibrils as a structure directing agent
Chiung-wen Hsieh (2011)
Tailorable plasmonic circular dichroism properties of helical nanoparticle superstructures.
C. Song (2013)
Optically active plasmonic resonance in self-assembled nanostructures
Jiaji Cheng (2018)
Hollow spherical gold nanoparticle superstructures with tunable diameters and visible to near-infrared extinction.
C. Zhang (2014)
Organic Templates for Inorganic Nanocrystal Growth
B. Li (2019)
Optical chiral metamaterials: a review of the fundamentals, fabrication methods and applications.
Z. Wang (2016)
In situ formation of one-dimensional assemblies of gold nanoparticles in confined media.
Jorge Carballido-Landeira (2012)
Nucleation and Growth of Ordered Arrays of Silver Nanoparticles on Peptide Nanofibers: Hybrid Nanostructures with Antimicrobial Properties
Elena Pazos (2016)
The reactivity study of peptide A3-capped gold and silver nanoparticles with heavy metal ions
Hongyu Yang (2016)
Hollow Gold Nanosphere Optical Transducers Studied Using Femtosecond Time-Resolved Laser Spectroscopy
A. Dowgiałło (2013)
Chiral arrangement of achiral Au nanoparticles by supramolecular assembly of helical nanofiber templates.
S. Jung (2014)
Structural control of nanocrystal superlattices using organic guest molecules.
Y. Nagaoka (2012)
A morphology-dependent bio-organic template for inorganic nanowire synthesis.
Miao-Ping Chien (2011)
Nanorods of Well-Defined Length and Monodisperse Cross-Section Obtained from Electrostatic Complexation of Nanoparticles with a Semiflexible Biopolymer
Li Shi (2012)
Peptide conjugates for directing the morphology and assembly of 1D nanoparticle superstructures.
Chen Zhang (2014)
Biomacromolecule-Enabled Synthesis of Inorganic Materials
Kristina L. Roth (2018)
Gold nanostructures using tobacco mosaic viruses for optical metamaterials
Mime Kobayashi (2011)See more