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Medical adhesives are considered to be a strong alternative to sutures in future clinical applications. Cyanoacrylates were first used for clinical applications in the early 1960s and have received prominent attention as a medical polymer. However, even today, few surgeons use cyanoacrylate...
Polyolefin surfaces are characterized by their chemical inertness. To create bio-sensitive surfaces by grafting brushes, dendrimers, proteins and other biomolecules with bio-sensor properties, the presence of anchoring points at the polyolefin surface for grafting these molecules is necessary....
This review aims at summarizing the recent advances made in the development of resilient adhesives reinforced with nanoparticles (NPs). Different aspects of nano-reinforced adhesives, including various types of NPs and their properties, various methods used for formulating and fabricating...
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