Adsorption of multimeric T cell antigens on carbon nanotubes: effect on protein structure and antigen-specific T cell stimulation

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Adsorption of multimeric T cell antigens on carbon nanotubes : effect on protein structure and antigen-specific T cell stimulation. / Fadel, Tarek R; Li, Nan; Shah, Smith; Look, Michael; Pfefferle, Lisa D; Haller, Gary L; Justesen, Sune; Wilson, Corey J; Fahmy, Tarek M.

I: Small, Bind 9, Nr. 5, 11.03.2013, s. 666-72.

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Fadel, TR, Li, N, Shah, S, Look, M, Pfefferle, LD, Haller, GL, Justesen, S, Wilson, CJ & Fahmy, TM 2013, 'Adsorption of multimeric T cell antigens on carbon nanotubes: effect on protein structure and antigen-specific T cell stimulation', Small, bind 9, nr. 5, s. 666-72. https://doi.org/10.1002/smll.201201684

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Fadel, T. R., Li, N., Shah, S., Look, M., Pfefferle, L. D., Haller, G. L., ... Fahmy, T. M. (2013). Adsorption of multimeric T cell antigens on carbon nanotubes: effect on protein structure and antigen-specific T cell stimulation. Small, 9(5), 666-72. https://doi.org/10.1002/smll.201201684

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Fadel TR, Li N, Shah S, Look M, Pfefferle LD, Haller GL o.a. Adsorption of multimeric T cell antigens on carbon nanotubes: effect on protein structure and antigen-specific T cell stimulation. Small. 2013 mar 11;9(5):666-72. https://doi.org/10.1002/smll.201201684

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Fadel, Tarek R ; Li, Nan ; Shah, Smith ; Look, Michael ; Pfefferle, Lisa D ; Haller, Gary L ; Justesen, Sune ; Wilson, Corey J ; Fahmy, Tarek M. / Adsorption of multimeric T cell antigens on carbon nanotubes : effect on protein structure and antigen-specific T cell stimulation. I: Small. 2013 ; Bind 9, Nr. 5. s. 666-72.

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abstract = "Antigen-specific activation of cytotoxic T cells can be enhanced up to three-fold more than soluble controls when using functionalized bundled carbon nanotube substrates ((b) CNTs). To overcome the denaturing effects of direct adsorption on (b) CNTs, a simple but robust method is demonstrated to stabilize the T cell stimulus on carbon nanotube substrates through non-covalent attachment of the linker neutravidin.",
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AU - Fadel, Tarek R

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AU - Shah, Smith

AU - Look, Michael

AU - Pfefferle, Lisa D

AU - Haller, Gary L

AU - Justesen, Sune

AU - Wilson, Corey J

AU - Fahmy, Tarek M

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AB - Antigen-specific activation of cytotoxic T cells can be enhanced up to three-fold more than soluble controls when using functionalized bundled carbon nanotube substrates ((b) CNTs). To overcome the denaturing effects of direct adsorption on (b) CNTs, a simple but robust method is demonstrated to stabilize the T cell stimulus on carbon nanotube substrates through non-covalent attachment of the linker neutravidin.

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