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The surface properties of biomaterials play a vital role in cell morphology and behaviors such as cell adhesion, migration, proliferation and differentiation. Three different crystal phases of titania film (rutile, anatase and amorphous titania) with similar roughness were successfully synthesized by DC reactive magnetron sputtering. The surface roughness(More)
A light or pH dual-responsive reactivated biointerface is fabricated using of photocontrolled reversible inclusion and exclusion reactions between photoresponsive azobenzene-containing self-assembled monolayer and pH-responsive poly(acrylic acid) polymer grafted with cyclodextrins. The dual-controlled reactivated biointerface can be employed for reversible(More)
In this letter, a pH-responsive reactivated biointerface is fabricated using an inclusion reaction between an azobenzene-containing self-assembled monolayer and pH-responsive poly(ethylene glycol)-block-poly(acrylic acid) grafted with cyclodextrins. The pH-responsive interface can be switched between an extended state and a relaxed state for the reversible(More)
In this paper we describe the facile reversible UV-controlled and fast transition from emulsion to gel by using a photoresponsive polymer with a malachite green group. The photoresponsive polymer with the hydrophobic malachite green group can be used for the formation of an oil-in-water emulsion. However, upon UV irradiation of 5 min, the photochromic(More)
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