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Plasma surface modification of biomedical polymers: influence on cell-material interaction

Tinneke Jacobs, Rino Morent UGent, Nathalie De Geyter UGent, Peter Dubruel UGent and Christophe Leys UGent (2012) PLASMA CHEMISTRY AND PLASMA PROCESSING. 32(5). p.1039-1073
abstract
Polymers are commonly used in industry because of their excellent bulk properties, such as strength and good resistance to chemicals. Their surface properties are for most application inadequate due to their low surface energy. A surface modification is often needed, and plasma surface modification is used with success the past decades. In the past few years, also plasma surface modification for biomedical polymers has been investigated. For biomedical polymers, the surface properties need to be altered to promote a good cell adhesion, growth and proliferation and to make them suitable for implants and tissue engineering scaffolds. This review gives an overview of the use of plasma surface modification of biomedical polymers and the influence on cell-material interactions. First, an introduction on cell-material interaction and on antibacterial and antifouling surfaces will be given. Also, different plasma modifying techniques used for polymer surface modification will be discussed. Then, an overview of literature on plasma surface modification of biopolymers and the resulting influence on cell-material interaction will be given. After an overview of plasma treatment for improved cell-material interaction, plasma polymerization and plasma grafting techniques will be discussed. Some more specialized applications will be also presented: the treatment of 3D scaffolds for tissue engineering and the spatial control of cell adhesion. Antibacterial and antifouling properties, obtained by plasma techniques, will be discussed. An overview of research dealing with antibacterial surfaces created by plasma techniques will be given, antifouling surfaces will be discussed, and how blood compatibility can be improved by preventing protein adhesion.
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Surface modification, L-LACTIC ACID, ENDOTHELIAL-CELLS, PRESSURE PLASMA, Plasma, Biomedical polymer, Cell-material interaction, GRAFT-POLYMERIZATION, GAS PLASMA, BACTERIAL ADHESION, MEDICAL-GRADE PVC, PVC ENDOTRACHEAL-TUBES, OXYGEN GLOW-DISCHARGE, DIELECTRIC BARRIER DISCHARGE
journal title
PLASMA CHEMISTRY AND PLASMA PROCESSING
Plasma Chem. Plasma Process.
volume
32
issue
5
pages
1039 - 1073
Web of Science type
Review
Web of Science id
000308191500010
JCR category
ENGINEERING, CHEMICAL
JCR impact factor
1.728 (2012)
JCR rank
43/132 (2012)
JCR quartile
2 (2012)
ISSN
0272-4324
DOI
10.1007/s11090-012-9394-8
language
English
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yes
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A1
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I have transferred the copyright for this publication to the publisher
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4086950
handle
http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-4086950
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2013-06-26 14:59:53
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2016-12-19 15:38:49
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  abstract     = {Polymers are commonly used in industry because of their excellent bulk properties, such as strength and good resistance to chemicals. Their surface properties are for most application inadequate due to their low surface energy. A surface modification is often needed, and plasma surface modification is used with success the past decades. In the past few years, also plasma surface modification for biomedical polymers has been investigated. For biomedical polymers, the surface properties need to be altered to promote a good cell adhesion, growth and proliferation and to make them suitable for implants and tissue engineering scaffolds. This review gives an overview of the use of plasma surface modification of biomedical polymers and the influence on cell-material interactions. First, an introduction on cell-material interaction and on antibacterial and antifouling surfaces will be given. Also, different plasma modifying techniques used for polymer surface modification will be discussed. Then, an overview of literature on plasma surface modification of biopolymers and the resulting influence on cell-material interaction will be given. After an overview of plasma treatment for improved cell-material interaction, plasma polymerization and plasma grafting techniques will be discussed. Some more specialized applications will be also presented: the treatment of 3D scaffolds for tissue engineering and the spatial control of cell adhesion. Antibacterial and antifouling properties, obtained by plasma techniques, will be discussed. An overview of research dealing with antibacterial surfaces created by plasma techniques will be given, antifouling surfaces will be discussed, and how blood compatibility can be improved by preventing protein adhesion.},
  author       = {Jacobs, Tinneke and Morent, Rino and De Geyter, Nathalie and Dubruel, Peter and Leys, Christophe},
  issn         = {0272-4324},
  journal      = {PLASMA CHEMISTRY AND PLASMA PROCESSING},
  keyword      = {Surface modification,L-LACTIC ACID,ENDOTHELIAL-CELLS,PRESSURE PLASMA,Plasma,Biomedical polymer,Cell-material interaction,GRAFT-POLYMERIZATION,GAS PLASMA,BACTERIAL ADHESION,MEDICAL-GRADE PVC,PVC ENDOTRACHEAL-TUBES,OXYGEN GLOW-DISCHARGE,DIELECTRIC BARRIER DISCHARGE},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {5},
  pages        = {1039--1073},
  title        = {Plasma surface modification of biomedical polymers: influence on cell-material interaction},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11090-012-9394-8},
  volume       = {32},
  year         = {2012},
}

Chicago
Jacobs, Tinneke, Rino Morent, Nathalie De Geyter, Peter Dubruel, and Christophe Leys. 2012. “Plasma Surface Modification of Biomedical Polymers: Influence on Cell-material Interaction.” Plasma Chemistry and Plasma Processing 32 (5): 1039–1073.
APA
Jacobs, Tinneke, Morent, R., De Geyter, N., Dubruel, P., & Leys, C. (2012). Plasma surface modification of biomedical polymers: influence on cell-material interaction. PLASMA CHEMISTRY AND PLASMA PROCESSING, 32(5), 1039–1073.
Vancouver
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Jacobs T, Morent R, De Geyter N, Dubruel P, Leys C. Plasma surface modification of biomedical polymers: influence on cell-material interaction. PLASMA CHEMISTRY AND PLASMA PROCESSING. 2012;32(5):1039–73.
MLA
Jacobs, Tinneke, Rino Morent, Nathalie De Geyter, et al. “Plasma Surface Modification of Biomedical Polymers: Influence on Cell-material Interaction.” PLASMA CHEMISTRY AND PLASMA PROCESSING 32.5 (2012): 1039–1073. Print.