Effect of surface properties on the antithrombogenicity of silk fibroin/S-carboxymethyl kerateine blend films.

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Polymeric blends of silk fibroin (SF) and S-carboxymethyl kerateine (SCMK) were prepared by the solvent casting method to study the effect of surface properties on the antithrombogenicity. The films of SF/SCMK showed better antithrombogenic properties than SF or SCMK alone. Among them, the film containing 50 wt% SCMK showed the best antithrombogenicity… (More)

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@article{Lee1998EffectOS, title={Effect of surface properties on the antithrombogenicity of silk fibroin/S-carboxymethyl kerateine blend films.}, author={Keun-Young Lee and S J Kong and Won Hee Park and Woo Song Ha and Ick Chan Kwon}, journal={Journal of biomaterials science. Polymer edition}, year={1998}, volume={9 9}, pages={905-14} }