Selective adhesion and growth of vascular endothelial cells on bioactive peptide nanofiber functionalized stainless steel surface.

@article{Ceylan2011SelectiveAA,
  title={Selective adhesion and growth of vascular endothelial cells on bioactive peptide nanofiber functionalized stainless steel surface.},
  author={Hakan Ceylan and A. Tekinay and M. O. Guler},
  journal={Biomaterials},
  year={2011},
  volume={32 34},
  pages={
          8797-805
        }
}
Metal-based scaffolds such as stents are the most preferred treatment methods for coronary artery disease. However, impaired endothelialization on the luminal surface of the stents is a major limitation occasionally leading to catastrophic consequences in the long term. Coating the stent surface with relevant bioactive molecules is considered to aid in recovery of endothelium around the wound site. However, this strategy remains challenging due to restrictions in availability of proper… Expand
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