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The influence of polyanion molecular weight on polyelectrolyte multilayers at surfaces: protein adsorption and protein-polysaccharide complexation/stripping on natural polysaccharide films on solid supports

The influence of polyanion molecular weight on polyelectrolyte multilayers at surfaces: protein adsorption and protein-polysaccharide complexation/stripping on natural polysaccharide films on solid supports
Marta Krasowska, Jessie L. Webber, James K. Ferri, David A. Beattie, Natalie L. Benbow, Sam Karpiniec
Two different fucoidan polymers have been used to create substrates for protein adsorption studies.

Publisher URL: http://feeds.rsc.org/~r/rss/CP/~3/nan7jF8-TKY/C7CP02599H

DOI: 2017/CP/C7CP02599H

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