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Engineered collagen-PEO nanofibers and fabrics.
PEO enhancement of platelet deposition, fibrinogen deposition, and complement C3 activation.
High-resolution analysis of engineered type I collagen nanofibers by electron microscopy.
Scanning electron microscopy analysis of polyethylene oxide hydrogels for blood contact.
Novel thromboresistant materials.
Layer-by-layer assembly of a conformal nanothin PEG coating for intraportal islet transplantation.
Dendritic carrier based on PEG: design and degradation of acid-sensitive dendrimer-like poly(ethylene oxide)s.
Carbohydrate and protein immobilization onto solid surfaces by sequential Diels-Alder and azide-alkyne cycloadditions.
Ischemic nephropathy and concomitant aortic disease: a ten-year experience.
Cell surface engineering with polyelectrolyte multilayer thin films.
Development and evaluation of a new polymeric material for small caliber vascular prostheses.
Maleimide-thiol coupling of a bioactive peptide to an elastin-like protein polymer.
Dendrimer-like PEO glycopolymers exhibit anti-inflammatory properties.
Delayed rupture of aortic aneurysms following endovascular stent grafting.
Noncovalent cell surface engineering with cationic graft copolymers.
Bouquet-type dendrimerlike poly(ethylene oxide)s with a focal aldehyde and peripheral hydroxyls.
Surface re-engineering of pancreatic islets with recombinant azido-thrombomodulin.
Janus-type dendrimer-like poly(ethylene oxide)s.
C-terminal site-specific PEGylation of a truncated thrombomodulin mutant with retention of full bioactivity.
pH responsiveness of dendrimer-like poly(ethylene oxide)s.
Immobilization of actively thromboresistant assemblies on sterile blood-contacting surfaces.