Heparin surfaces: Impact of immobilization chemistry on hemocompatibility and protein adsorption.

Abstract

Immobilization of heparin to surfaces has been used for decades to reduce the thrombogenicity of blood contacting devices. This study evaluates how the mode of covalent heparin bonding affects the hemocompatibility and uptake of antithrombin on surfaces in whole blood. End-point attached (EPA) heparin, using the proprietary Carmeda Bioactive Surface (CBAS… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/jbm.b.33154

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