Biotechnology and Bioactive Polymers by Charles E. Carraher Jr.Biotechnology and Bioactive Polymers by Charles E. Carraher Jr.

Biotechnology and Bioactive Polymers

EditorCharles E. Carraher Jr., C.G. Gebelein

Hardcover | February 28, 1994

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Examines polymers that exert some kind of influence on living organisms, and their use in biotechnological applications in a number of fields. Among the topics are hylan gel for soft tissue augmentation, the modulation of phosphocholine bilayer structures, the preparation of bacterial adsorption polymer and its application to biosensors, and novel anti-infection biomaterials by polymer modification. The 31 papers are from a symposium in San Francisco, April 1992. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
Title:Biotechnology and Bioactive PolymersFormat:HardcoverDimensions:351 pages, 10 × 7.01 × 0 inPublished:February 28, 1994Publisher:Springer US

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ISBN - 10:0306446294

ISBN - 13:9780306446290

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Polysaccharide Applications: Factors Affecting the Bacterial Activity of Saccharides and Polysaccharides Modified through Reaction with Organostannanes (C.E. Carraher et al.). Coagulation Properties of Chemically Modified Heparins (A.W. Stemberger et al.). Polypeptides and Biodegradable Polymers: Living Polymerization of Proteins (S. Dirlikov). Modulation of Phosphocholine Bilayer Structures (A. Singh et al.). Medical Diagnositic Applications:NonAqueous Polymeric Systems for Diagnositic Applications (A.F. Azhar et al.). Protein Purification by Selective Adsorption on Immobilized Pyridinium Ligands (T.T. Ngo). Controlled Release and Medicinal Applications: Advances in Antimicrobial Polymers and Materials (T.L. Vigo). The Release of 5Fluorouracil from Dextran and Xylan Systems (C.G. Gebelein et al.). 23 additional articles. Index.