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!! Atomic Force Microscopy and Single Molecule Force Measurements
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Contacts: [[mailto:qshi@uiuc.edu|Quanming Shi]], [[mailto:maruthamuthu@uiuc.edu|Venkat Maruthamuthu]]

Our lab uses MFP ('''Molecular Force Probe''' from [[http://www.asylumresearch.com|Asylum Research]]) to measure the single bond rupture forces.

The proteins of interest are covalently tethered onto gold coated surface and AFM tips.
The sprint constant of soft cantilevers was calibrated with thermal methods. The surface density of coated protein and the surface impingement force are kept sufficiently low, in order to obtain single bond rupture events.

MFP is a sensitive instrument, with the force resolution down to 10pN depending on the cantilevers used. Due to thermal fluctuation in liquid, AFM typically measures the force at the precision of ~ 5-10pN.
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MFP is a sensitive instrument, with the force resolution down to 10pN depending on the cantilevers used. Due to thermal fluctuation in liquid, AFM typically measures the force at accuracy of ~ 5-10pN.
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MFP is a sensitive instrument, with the force resolution down to 10pN depending on the cantilevers used. Due to thermal fluctuation in liquid, AFM typically measures the force at the precision of ~ 5-10pN.
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MFP is a sensitive instrument, with the force resolution down to 10pN depending on the cantilevers used. Due to thermal fluctuation in liquid, AFM typically measures the force at accuracy of ~ 10pN.
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MFP is a sensitive instrument, with the force resolution down to 10pN depending on the cantilevers used. Due to thermal fluctuation in liquid, AFM typically measures the force at accuracy of ~ 5-10pN.
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Our lab use AFM ('''MFP''' from [[http://www.asylumresearch.com|Asylum Research]]) to measure the single bond rupture forces.

The proteins of interest are covalently tethered onto gold coated surface and AFM tips. The surface density of coated protein and the surface impingement force are kept sufficiently low, in order to obtain single bond rupture events.
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Our lab uses MFP ('''Molecular Force Probe''' from [[http://www.asylumresearch.com|Asylum Research]]) to measure the single bond rupture forces.

The proteins of interest are covalently tethered onto gold coated surface and AFM tips.
The sprint constant of soft cantilevers was calibrated with thermal methods. The surface density of coated protein and the surface impingement force are kept sufficiently low, in order to obtain single bond rupture events.

MFP is a sensitive instrument, with the force resolution down to 10pN depending on the cantilevers used. Due to thermal fluctuation in liquid, AFM typically measures the force at accuracy of ~ 10pN
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Our lab use AFM ('''MFP''' from [[http://www.asylumresearch.com|Asylum Research]]) to measure the single bond rupture forces.
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Our lab use AFM ('''MFP''' from [[www.asylumresearch.com|Asylum Research]]) to measure the single bond rupture forces.
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Quanming Shi, Venkat Maruthamuthu
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Contacts: [[mailto:qshi@uiuc.edu|Quanming Shi]], [[mailto:maruthamuthu@uiuc.edu|Venkat Maruthamuthu]]
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The proteins of interest are covalently tethered onto gold coated surface and AFM tips. The surface density of coated protein and the surface impingement force are kept sufficiently low, in order to obtain single bond rupture events.
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Quanming Shi, Venkat Maruthamuthu
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Our lab use AFM (MFP from [[www
.asylumresearch.com/Asylum Research|]]) to measure the single bond rupture forces.
The proteins of interest are covalently tethered onto gold coated surface and AFM tips.
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!! Atomic Force Microscopy and Single Molecule Force Measurements

Our lab use AFM (MFP from [[www.asylumresearch.com/Asylum Research|]]) to measure the single bond rupture forces.

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