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Functionalization of titanium surfaces with lysine, aspartic acid, vitamins C and D3: a micro raman study of intermolecular interactions
Titanium (Ti) has been used since 1964 in manufacturing of Ti implants because of its optimal mechanical properties and good biocompatibility. Nevertheless, this biomaterial can have failures due to poor osseointegration ...
Application of principal component analysis in the design of substrates for surface enhanced Raman scattering (SERS) to detect proteins present in buffer solution
Therapeutic cells are a key component in the future of medicine. Biosensing methods that can monitor cell quality attributes in a rapid, real-time manner are required to scale-up the manufacturing of high-quality therapeutic ...