Sulfated cellulose thin films with antithrombin affinity


Cellulose thin films were chemically modified by in situ sulfation to produce surfaces with anticoagulant characteristics. Two celluloses differing in their degree of polymerization (DP): CEL I (DP 215–240) and CEL II (DP 1300–1400) were tethered to maleic anhydride copolymer (MA) layers and subsequently exposed to SO3·NMe3 solutions at elevated temperature… (More)


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