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Article Number - 779057A11651


Vol.7(8), pp. 138-145 , September 2013

ISSN: 1996-0778



Full Length Research Paper

Phosphotidylcholine as a new strategy in biocompatible material


Reihaneh Sabbaghzadeh




Department of Biology, Tarbiat Moallem University of Sabzevar,  Sabzevar, Iran.


Email: reihanehsabb@sttu.ac.ir






 Accepted: 05 June 2013  Published: 30 September 2013

Copyright © 2013 Author(s) retain the copyright of this article.
This article is published under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License 4.0


 

Biomaterial has a wide variety of usages in medicine and chemistry. The biomaterials used in medicine and chemistry are often polymers. Polymers used as biomaterial must be compatible to the environment and they must not be poisonous and in case they are broken down they must not provide poisonous products in biological environment. The biomaterial used for each case has certain and specific chemical and physical characteristics. The proteins are absorbed as form of the biomaterial. This protein layer provides suitable environment to absorb later proteins, lipids and other materials. We have offered a new and effective method to increase the bioadaptability of biomaterial. We studied active chemical groups in order to cover the cases of covalent link production. The protein absorption steps can occur if Gibbs energy is decreased.

 

Key words: Biomaterial, compatibility, contact lenses.

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APA (2013). Phosphotidylcholine as a new strategy in biocompatible material. African Journal of Biochemistry Research , 7(8), 138-145.
Chicago Reihaneh Sabbaghzadeh. "Phosphotidylcholine as a new strategy in biocompatible material." African Journal of Biochemistry Research 7, no. 8 (2013): 138-145.
MLA Reihaneh Sabbaghzadeh. "Phosphotidylcholine as a new strategy in biocompatible material." African Journal of Biochemistry Research 7.8 (2013): 138-145.
   
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