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Poly(N-acryloylsarcosine methyl ester) protein-resistant surfaces.

Teare, D. O. H. and Schofield, W. C. E. and Garrod, R. P. and Badyal, J. P. S. (2005) 'Poly(N-acryloylsarcosine methyl ester) protein-resistant surfaces.', Journal of physical chemistry B., 109 (44). pp. 20923-20928.


A new class of protein-resistant film based on N-substituted glycine derivatives is described. Pulsed plasma deposited poly(N-acryloylsarcosine methyl ester) coatings are shown to be resistant toward the adsorption of fibrinogen and lysozyme. Deposition and UV irradiation of the polymer through a masked grid are found to be effective ways for generating negative and positive image protein arrays, respectively, onto a range of different substrate materials.

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