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    Title: 即時檢測汞離子/胰蛋白酶的液晶感測系統
    Other Titles: Real-time liquid crystal based sensor system detecting for mercuric ion/trypsin
    Authors: 林義程;Lin, Yi-Cheng
    Contributors: 淡江大學化學學系碩士班
    陳志欣;Chen, Chih-Hsin
    Keywords: 液晶;胰蛋白酶;汞離子;liquid crystal;Trypsin;Mercury ion
    Date: 2015
    Issue Date: 2016-01-22 14:52:03 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 液晶感測系統 (liquid crystal based sensor system) 是一種具有輕巧、便宜、操作簡單等特性的檢測系統,利用液晶在偏光下排列的不同,產生不同的色彩變化,使用者不具有專業知識也可以判斷實驗結果。
    Liquid crystal sensor is a new type of system that is portable, cheaper and simple operation. Liquid crystal is provided a colorful optical signal according to different orientation of liquid crystals. Therefore, even if the user haven’t professional technique that can use the sensor.
    We divide into two parts in our research, first part is the detection of mercury ion. We doped the ligand with the liquid crystals that produce complex in aqueous-liquid crystal interface. The optical signal was change from dark to bright. Second part is the detection of trypsin. We modified the protein on the metal grid. Hydrolytic reactions caused optical signal change. In this part, we used three kind of method to modified the protein.
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