Protein at liquid solid interfaces: Toward a new paradigm to change the approach to design hybrid protein/solid-state materials

Abstract : This review gives an overview of protein adsorption at solid/liquid interface. Compared to the other ones, we have focus on three main questions with the point of view of the protein. The first question is related to the kinetic and especially the using of Langmuir model to describe the protein adsorption. The second question is about the concept of hard and soft protein. In this part, we report the protein structural modification induced by adsorption regarding their intrinsic structure. This allows formulating of a new concept to classify the protein to predict their behavior at solid/liquid interface. The last question is related to the protein corona. We give an overview about the soft/hard corona and attempt to make correlation with the concept of hard/soft protein.
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Diego Coglitore, Jean-Marc Janot, Sébastien Balme. Protein at liquid solid interfaces: Toward a new paradigm to change the approach to design hybrid protein/solid-state materials. Advances in Colloid and Interface Science, Elsevier, 2019, 270, pp.278-292. ⟨10.1016/j.cis.2019.07.004⟩. ⟨hal-02270656⟩

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