Joerg Lahann

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Soft materials that can undergo mechanical actuation in response to external stimuli, [1–7] such as changes in temperature , light, pH value, or ionic strength, have attracted increasing attention because of their potential use as thin-film actuators, [8–10] smart sutures, [11, 12] and soft robots. These materials typically require specialty polymers, such(More)
In the fields of surgery and regenerative medicine, it is crucial to understand the interactions of proteins with the biomaterials used as implants. Protein adsorption directly influences cell-material interactions in vivo and, as a result, regulates, for example, cell adhesion on the surface of the implant. Therefore, the development of suitable analytical(More)
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