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AC1O3SQO     azanylidynesilicon

Synonyms: 12033-60-2, 29082-44-8, 68034-42-4, EINECS 234-787-9, Silicon nitride (SiN)
 
 
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Disease relevance of nitridosilicon

  • Experimentally measured force-extension curves revealed a unique pair of "sawtooth" features that were present when a bond formed between a silicon nitride surface (atomic force microscopy tip) and E. coli cells expressing the OmpA-AmCyan protein [1].
  • In this study, the authors attempted to correlate microscopic adhesion of a collection of nine Streptococcus mitis strains to the negatively charged, hydrophilic silicon nitride tip of an atomic force microscope (AFM) with macroscopic adhesion of the strains to a negatively charged, hydrophilic glass in a parallel-plate flow chamber [2].
  • We present qualitative detection of specific Salmonella enterica strains using a functionalized silicon nitride microcantilever [3].
 

High impact information on nitridosilicon

  • We have produced single, synthetic nanometer-diameter pores by using a tightly focused, high-energy electron beam to sputter atoms in 10-nm-thick silicon nitride membranes [4].
  • In this report we characterized the longitudinal elasticity of single actin filaments manipulated by novel silicon-nitride microfabricated levers [5].
  • Adherent mouse fibroblast cells were grown on silicon nitride windows serving as biocompatible XRF support substrate, and labeled with FluoroNanogold in combination with primary antibodies specific for mitochondria or the Golgi apparatus, respectively [6].
  • Nevertheless, a small group of materials, incorporating substantial amounts of quartz or silicon nitride filler particles, exhibited high rates of thermal diffusion, up to three times the level exhibited by dentin [7].
  • Force/distance curves for silicon nitride tip/flat silica or alumina coated by a layer of mixed micelles of cationic/anionic surfactant are measured by using AFM [8].
 

Chemical compound and disease context of nitridosilicon

 

Biological context of nitridosilicon

  • The in vivo inflammatory and wound healing response of MEMS drug delivery component materials, metallic gold, silicon nitride, silicon dioxide, silicon, and SU-8(TM) photoresist, were evaluated using the cage implant system [10].
  • Atomic force microscopy (AFM) was used to investigate both bacterial surface characteristics and adhesion forces between a probe surface (silicon nitride) and the bacteria, providing a direct evaluation of bacterial adhesion and interaction forces [11].
  • Micromechanical measurement of active sites on silicon nitride using surface free energy variation [12].
  • Lipid adsorption kinetics was primarily studied on plain silicon supports in an ellipsometric cell or on a silicon nitride surface in a resonant mirror system (IAsys), using the systematic approach [13].
  • This study attempts to investigate the cytotoxicity of different qualities of industrial silicon nitride ceramics applying an L929-cell culture model in a direct contact assay combined with a cell viability assessment [14].
 

Anatomical context of nitridosilicon

 

Associations of nitridosilicon with other chemical compounds

 

Gene context of nitridosilicon

  • OPN protein was covalently bound to silicon nitride AFM tips and adsorption and adhesion forces were measured in an electrolyte with a composition similar to that of physiological fluids [23].
  • Proinflammatory cytokine expression of IL-1beta and TNF-alpha by human osteoblast-like MG-63 cells upon exposure to silicon nitride in vitro [24].
  • In this second part, cumulative particle size distributions of silicon and silicon nitride agglomerates, produced in a laser reactor, were determined from TEM pictures and compared to the distributions calculated from this self-preserving theory for power law particles [25].
  • Biological-to-electronic interface with pores of ATP synthase subunit C in silicon nitride barrier [26].
  • The cMEAs have 50 or 60 microm center-to-center inter-electrode distances and were manufactured on glass substrates by photolithographically defining ITO leads, insulating them with silicon nitride and SU-8 2000 epoxy-based photoresist and coating the etched electrode tips with gold or platinum [27].
 

Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of nitridosilicon

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