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Wet Chemistry and Peptide Immobilization on Polytetrafluoroethylene for Improved Cell-adhesion

DOI :

10.3791/54272-v

August 15th, 2016

August 15th, 2016

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1Sidra Cardiovascular Research, 2Department of Organic Chemistry, Johannes-Gutenberg University

Cell-adhesiveness is key to many approaches in biomaterial research and tissue engineering. A step-by-step technique is presented using wet-chemistry for the surface modification of the important polymer PTFE with peptides.

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