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Reduction Of Protein Adsorption To A Solid Surface By A Coating Composed Of Polymeric Micelles With A Glass-like Core.

B. Hofs, A. Brzozowska, A. de Keizer, W. Norde, M. C. Cohen Stuart
Published 2008 · Chemistry, Medicine

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Adsorption studies by optical reflectometry show that complex coacervate core micelles (C3Ms) composed of poly([4-(2-amino-ethylthio)-butylene] hydrochloride)(49)-block-poly(ethylene oxide)(212) and poly([4-(2-carboxy-ethylthio)-butylene] sodium salt)(47)-block-poly(ethylene oxide)(212) adsorb in equal amounts to both silica and cross-linked 1,2-polybutadiene (PB). The C3Ms have an almost glass-like core and atomic force microscopy of a dried layer of adsorbed C3Ms shows densely packed flattened spheres on silica, which very probably are adsorbed C3Ms. Experiments were performed with different types of surfaces, solvents, and proteins; bare silica and cross-linked 1,2-PB, NaNO(3) and phosphate buffer, and lysozyme, bovine serum albumin, beta-lactoglobulin, and fibrinogen. On the hydrophilic surface the coating reduces protein adsorption >90% in 0.1 M phosphate buffer, whereas the reduction on the coated hydrophobic surface is much lower. Reduction is better in phosphate buffer than in NaNO(3), except for the positively charged lysozyme, where the effect is reversed.
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