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In addition, the free mica surface was not atomically flat since antibodies had adsorbed. 25 nN. 8 nN to be removed. The specificity of the antibody recognition is further demonstrated in Fig. 11 (right panel). Limited papain digestion of purple membranes removes the carboxy-terminus of bacteriorhodopsin. After papain proteolysis (Fig. 11, right panel), all membrane fragments displayed a smooth topography because the exposed cytoplasmic surfaces are no longer recognized by the antibodies. The specific antigen-antibody interaction can be disrupted by increasing the force.
Spot observation. Light emerging from the illuminated spot in the specimen is focused onto a small aperture. Light which passes the aperture is collected by a second lens and finally reaches the sensor (right) ble. This is achieved if the illumination is done with a point-like source. This again is technically impossible. The diffraction limited edge can be achieved if a very small aperture is illuminated and the aperture is then used as a light source (excitation pinhole), or if the light is focused by other means in a diffraction-limited manner onto the focal plane of the specimen (Fig.
After papain proteolysis (Fig. 11, right panel), all membrane fragments displayed a smooth topography because the exposed cytoplasmic surfaces are no longer recognized by the antibodies. The specific antigen-antibody interaction can be disrupted by increasing the force. Transient antibody binding allows identification of biomolecules in supramolecular assemblies without perturbing the native conformation. Subsequently, these structures can be imaged at high resolution. 6 Conformational Changes Monitored by AFM The examples discussed in the previous section clearly illustrate that the AFM has the potential to map the surface topography of biological macro- Atomic Force Microscopy Provides Molecular Details of (ell Surfaces 25 Fig.