Plasma Methods for the Generation of Chemically Reactive Surfaces for Biomolecule Immobilization and Cell Colonization ‐ A Review

@article{Siow2006PlasmaMF,
  title={Plasma Methods for the Generation of Chemically Reactive Surfaces for Biomolecule Immobilization and Cell Colonization ‐ A Review},
  author={K. Siow and L. Britcher and S. Kumar and H. Griesser},
  journal={Plasma Processes and Polymers},
  year={2006},
  volume={3},
  pages={392-418}
}
This review surveys methods for the fabrication, by plasma surface treatments or plasma polymerization, of polymeric surfaces and thin plasma polymer coatings that contain reactive chemical groups useful for the subsequent covalent immobilization, by solution chemical reactions or vapor phase grafting, of molecules or polymers that can exert bio-specific interfacial responses. Surfaces containing amine, carboxy, hydroxy, and aldehyde groups are the subject of this review. Aminated surfaces have… Expand
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