Immobilized liquid layers: A new approach to anti-adhesion surfaces for medical applications.

Abstract

Surface fouling and undesired adhesion are nearly ubiquitous problems in the medical field, complicating everything from surgeries to routine daily care of patients. Recently, the concept of immobilized liquid (IL) interfaces has been gaining attention as a highly versatile new approach to antifouling, with a wide variety of promising applications in… (More)
DOI: 10.1177/1535370216640942

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