Development of cationic polymer coatings to regulate foreign-body responsesAdvanced Materials (2011)
AbstractA library of cationic polymers, poly(beta-amino alcohols) with a great chemical diversity are synthesized using combinatorial polymerization. These polymers, when immobilized on a surface, drastically affect the behavior of monocyte/macrophage cells in vitro and early inflammatory reactions in vivo. Certain polymers are found capable of mitigating the foreign-body responses.
- biomedical materials,
- foreign-body responses,
- poly (beta-amino alcohol),
- polymer coatings
Citation InformationMinglin Ma, Wendy F. Liu, Paulina S. Hill, Kaitlin M. Bratlie, et al.. "Development of cationic polymer coatings to regulate foreign-body responses" Advanced Materials Vol. 23 Iss. 24 (2011)
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