Protein-resistant and fibrinolytic polyurethane surfaces.

Abstract

Surfaces with resistance to non-specific protein adsorption and a high capacity to bind plasminogen from plasma are developed for application as fibrinolytic surfaces in blood contact. A new method is reported for grafting poly(OEGMA-co-HEMA) copolymers on polyurethane surfaces. The OEGMA provides effective protein resistance due to the PEG side chains and… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/mabi.201100211

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