adhesive interaction

adhesive interaction

Any interaction between molecules that directs the migration, proliferation and differentiation of cells, alterations of which can cause pathology.
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Subsequently, investigated in the presented study PR samples are more prone to oxidation and therefore better adhesive interaction with rubbers might be expected.
The potential for adhesive interaction is defined by the acidic and basic properties (i.e., [[gamma].sup.AB]) of the surface.
Textile waste usually contains various finishing products on the fibre surface, which could hinder adhesive interaction between the adhesive and wood veneer.
Fluoropolymer F10 adheres to the surface of anodized titanium, thanks to the adhesive interaction between the phosphate group and the OH groups present on the substrate surface.
In addition, the adhesive interaction with wood can alter the adhesive's cure chemistry, especially near the adhesive--wood interface.
Dry MOR-species by adhesive interaction. -- The species by adhesive interaction showed no significant difference between keruing-RF and keruing-PU/AEP in dry bending, both being in the highest bending strength combination grouping (Table 4).
However, it is unclear which length scales are most influential and what adhesive interactions are needed for moisture durability.
The topics include stem cells and nanotechnology in tissue engineering and regenerative medicine, micro-engineering and nano-engineering approaches to developing gradient biomaterials suitable for interface tissue engineering, integrating top-down and bottom-up scaffolding tissue engineering approaches for bone regeneration, characterizing the adhesive interactions between cells and biomaterials, vascular tissue engineering, and applying stem cells in ischemic heart disease.
The study shows that the adhesive interactions of extracellular matrix might be harnessed to manipulate stem cell behavior and realize the full therapeutic potential of the cells.
The study shows that die adhesive interactions of extracellular matrix might be harnessed to manipulate stem cell behavior and realize the full therapeutic potential of the cells.
Co-author Professor Tony Day, from Manchester's Wellcome Trust Centre for Cell-Matrix Research, said: "This cross-faculty collaboration provides exciting new possibilities for how we might harness the adhesive interactions of extracellular matrix to manipulate stem cell behaviour and realise their full therapeutic potential."
Wilson, Adhesive interactions in hemopoiesis, Acta Haematol., 97, 6-12 (1997).