Development of nitric oxide catalytic coatings by conjugating 3,3-disulfodipropionic acid and 3,3-diselenodipropionic acid for improving hemocompatibility.

@article{Yang2015DevelopmentON,
  title={Development of nitric oxide catalytic coatings by conjugating 3,3-disulfodipropionic acid and 3,3-diselenodipropionic acid for improving hemocompatibility.},
  author={Ying Yang and Yalong Li and X. Li and Pengkai Qi and Qiufen Tu and Zhilu Yang and Nan Huang},
  journal={Biointerphases},
  year={2015},
  volume={10 4},
  pages={04A303}
}
Nitric oxide (NO), discovered as an endothelium-derived relaxing factor, has been found to have multiple intracellular effects in vascular diseases including vasorelaxation regulation, endothelial regeneration, inhibition of leukocyte chemotaxis, and platelet activation. In the work described here, the authors have developed a NO-catalytic bioactive coating… CONTINUE READING