Biocompatible Hydrogen-Bonded Polymer Multilayers: Tuning Film Destruction



Biocompatible, Hydrogen-bonded Multilayers of a Polyphenol with High pH-Stability
Erel Göktepe, İrem (null; 2008-05-17)
Biodegradable polymers as scaffolds of tissue engineering: performance and biocompatibility
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Bioactive Surface Design Based on Functional Composite Electrospun Nanofibers for Biomolecule Immobilization and Biosensor Applications
Uzun, Sema Demirci; Kayaci, Fatma; UYAR, Tamer; TİMUR, SUNA; Toppare, Levent Kamil (2014-04-09)
The combination of nanomaterials and conducting polymers attracted remarkable attention for development of new immobilization matrices for enzymes. Hereby, an efficient surface design was investigated by modifying the graphite rod electrode surfaces with one-step electrospun nylon 6,6 nanofibers or 4% (w/w) multiwalled carbon nanotubes (MWCNTs) incorporating nylon 6,6 nanofibers (nylon 6,6/4MWCNT). High-resolution transmission electron microscopy study confirmed the successful incorporation of the MWCNTs in...
Biodegradable hydroxyapatite - Polymer composites
Durucan, Caner (2001-04-01)
The fracture of bone due to trauma or due to natural aging is one of the most frequent types of tissue failures. Treatment frequently requires the implantation of ct temporary or permanent prosthesis. The implanted materials may include the components of artificial joints, plates, and screws for fracture fixation. Typically, such implants are intended only to provide structural support or to serve as templates for bone re-growth. In general they are intended to remain in place for the life of the patient or...
Bioactive surface design based on conducting polymers and applications to biosensors
Erdem, Rengin; Özen, Can; Yağcı Acar, Havva Funda; Department of Biotechnology (2012)
Quantum dots are fluorescent semiconductor nanocrystals that have unique optical properties such as high quantum yield and photostability. These nanoparticles are superior to organic dyes and fluorescent proteins in many aspects and therefore show great potential for both in vivo and in vitro imaging and drug delivery applications. However, cytototoxicity is still one of the major problems associated with their biological applications. The aim of this study is in vitro characterization and assessment of bio...
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İ. Erel Göktepe, “Biocompatible Hydrogen-Bonded Polymer Multilayers: Tuning Film Destruction,” 2007, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: