The role of independently variable grafting density and layer thickness of polymer nanolayers on peptide adsorption and cell adhesion.


This contribution demonstrates a simple and reproducible method for fabricating surface-tethered polymer brushes that vary in grafting density and layer thickness for peptide adsorption and cell-adhesion studies. Surface-initiated atom transfer radical polymerization was used together with thiol self-assembly to generate these nanothin polymer brush layers… (More)


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