A degradable polydopamine coating based on disulfide-exchange reaction.

@article{Hong2015ADP,
  title={A degradable polydopamine coating based on disulfide-exchange reaction.},
  author={Daewha Hong and Hojae Lee and Beom Jin Kim and Taegyun Park and J. Y. Choi and Matthew Park and Juno Lee and Hyeoncheol Cho and Seok-Pyo Hong and S. Yang and Sun-ho Jung and S. Ko and I. Choi},
  journal={Nanoscale},
  year={2015},
  volume={7 47},
  pages={
          20149-54
        }
}
Although the programmed degradation of biocompatible films finds applications in various fields including biomedical and bionanotechnological areas, coating methods have generally been limited to be substrate-specific, not applicable to any kinds of substrates. In this paper, we report a dopamine derivative, which allows for both universal coating of various substrates and stimuli-responsive film degradation, inspired by mussel-adhesive proteins. Two dopamine moieties are linked together by the… Expand
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