Adhesion of mouse fibroblasts on hexamethyldisiloxane surfaces with wide range of wettability.

@article{Wei2007AdhesionOM,
  title={Adhesion of mouse fibroblasts on hexamethyldisiloxane surfaces with wide range of wettability.},
  author={Jianhua Wei and Masao Yoshinari and Shinji Takemoto and Masayuki Hattori and Eiji Kawada and Baolin Liu and Yutaka Oda},
  journal={Journal of biomedical materials research. Part B, Applied biomaterials},
  year={2007},
  volume={81 1},
  pages={66-75}
}
Surface wettability is an important physicochemical property of biomaterials, and it would be more helpful for understanding this property if a wide range of wettability are employed. This study focused on the effect of surface wettability on fibroblast adhesion over a wide range of wettability using a single material without changing surface topography. Plasma polymerization with hexamethyldisiloxane followed by oxygen (O2)-plasma treatment was employed to modify the surfaces. The water… CONTINUE READING

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