Radio frequency plasma treatment of 96-well PCR polypropylene plate, using O2, decreased DNA adsorption relative to untreated plates. Furthermore, radio frequency plasma treatment with a N2/H2 gas mixture increased DNA adsorption. This technique provides a simple means of modifying DNA adsorption to PCR polypropylene plates for various applications.
- radiofrequency plasma
- surface modification
Howbrook, D. N., Sarker, D., Lloyd, A., & Louwrier, A. (2002). Applications of radio frequency cold plasma treatment of polypropylene PCR plates. Biotechnology Letters, 24(24), 2071-2074. https://doi.org/10.1023/A:1021335924788