Plasma processes for cell-adhesive titanium surfaces based on nitrogen-containing coatings

@inproceedings{Finke2011PlasmaPF,
  title={Plasma processes for cell-adhesive titanium surfaces based on nitrogen-containing coatings},
  author={Birgit Finke and Frank Hempel and Holger Testrich and A. S. Artemenko and Henrike Rebl and Ondřej Kyli{\'a}n and Juergen Meichsner and Hynek Biederman and Barbara J Nebe and Klaus-Dieter Weltmann and Karsten Schr{\"o}der},
  year={2011}
}
Abstract Differently deposited amino functionalized surfaces were compared regarding their physico-chemical surface properties in connection with cell biological response. The nitrogen containing coatings were prepared on polished titanium alloy substrates by microwave or radio frequency discharges using allylamine and ethylenediamine as precursors, respectively, or by means of radio frequency magnetron sputtering of nylon 6.6 under N 2 /H 2 1:1 gas mixture. The chemical composition of the… CONTINUE READING

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