Trimethylamine N -oxide–derived zwitterionic polymers: A new class of ultralow fouling bioinspired materials

Volume: 5, Issue: 6
Published: Jun 7, 2019
Abstract
Materials that resist nonspecific protein adsorption are needed for many applications. However, few are able to achieve ultralow fouling in complex biological milieu. Zwitterionic polymers emerge as a class of highly effective ultralow fouling materials due to their superhydrophilicity, outperforming other hydrophilic materials such as poly(ethylene glycol). Unfortunately, there are only three major classes of zwitterionic materials based on...
Paper Details
Title
Trimethylamine N -oxide–derived zwitterionic polymers: A new class of ultralow fouling bioinspired materials
Published Date
Jun 7, 2019
Volume
5
Issue
6
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