Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: https://hdl.handle.net/1822/61390

TitleExploring polydopamine-based coating strategies to boost chlorohexidine immobilization for the development of an antimicrobial surface
Author(s)Alves, Diana Filipa Barros
Borges, Patrick
Rodrigues, Célia Fortuna
Rodrigues, Tânia
Pereira, Maria Olívia
Issue date7-Mar-2019
CitationAlves, Diana; Borges, P.; Rodrigues, Célia F.; Grainha, Tânia; Pereira, Maria Olívia, Exploring polydopamine-based coating strategies to boost chlorohexidine immobilization for the development of an antimicrobial surface. AMIC COST Action Workshop for Early Career Investigators and Short Term Scientific Missions. Riga, Latvia, March 7, 2019.
Abstract(s)[Excerpt] Introduction Orthopedic implants have been widely used to restore the function of load-bearing joints, reducing pain and improving the life quality of millions of people every year. These devices are, however, prone to microbial infection, which remains a major cause of morbidity and mortality in modern Healthcare. The development of novel approaches to confer the surfaces of orthopedic implants with anti-infective properties is, therefore, in great demand.[...]
TypePoster
URIhttps://hdl.handle.net/1822/61390
Publisher versionhttp://amici.lifescienceopenspace.pl/events/workshop-for-early-career-investigators-and-short-term-scientific-missions-in-riga/
Peer-Reviewedyes
AccessOpen access
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