Mechanism of crosslinking of proteins by glutaraldehyde. IV: In vitro and in vivo stability of a crosslinked collagen matrix.

@article{Cheung1990MechanismOC,
  title={Mechanism of crosslinking of proteins by glutaraldehyde. IV: In vitro and in vivo stability of a crosslinked collagen matrix.},
  author={Dr Ting K. Cheung and Dan-dan Tong and Natalya Perelman and D Ertl and Marcel E. Nimni},
  journal={Connective tissue research},
  year={1990},
  volume={25 1},
  pages={27-34}
}
The use of native or reconstituted collagen as a bioprothesis for tissue augmentation requires the introduction of exogenous synthetic crosslinks. The degree of crosslinking determines the rate of resorption or replacement of the implanted materials by the host. Since biophysical and chemical methods to quantify these crosslinks have in general been difficult to evaluate, we have developed in vitro enzymatic approaches which enable us to correlate the degree of crosslinking with the rates of… CONTINUE READING

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