biosurface

biosurface

The surface structure of individual molecules, cells and complex biologic systems.

BioSurface

A commercial enterprise which manufactures products that prevent the adherence of biofilms, which comprise the biological contamination found on surfaces in contact with flowing fluids, and can contain microbial secretions, corrosion products and entrapped clay and soil materials.
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(2) Division of Biosurface Technology, Biomedical Technology Wing, Sree Chitra Tirunal Institute for Medical Sciences & Technology, Thiruvananthapuram 695012, India
Biofilms were grown on a titanium coupon (diameter of 12.7 mm and thickness of 3 mm) on a Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) biofilm bioreactor (BioSurface Technologies, Bozeman, MT, USA) for 24 hours in batch phase and then 24 hours under dynamic phase with agitation.
(15.) Khan, MS, Fon, D, Li, X, Tian, J, Forsythe, J, Gamier, G, Shen, W, "Biosurface Engineering Through Ink Jet Printing." Coll.
AIMS & OBJECTIVES: The present study has been planned to observe the biofilm production of Streptococcus mutans over a biosurface and to assess the influence of aspartame on biofilm production over that surface.
M2 PHARMA-February 20, 2015-Ferring Pharmaceuticals acquires assets of BioSurface Engineering Technologies
M2 EQUITYBITES-February 20, 2015-Ferring Pharmaceuticals acquires assets of BioSurface Engineering Technologies
Newcastle-based Orla Protein Technologies provides solutions in biosurface design, and enables the integration of biological systems and physical devices through engineered protein interfaces.
Jin, Wettability modification for biosurface of titanium alloy by means of sequential carburization, Journal of Bionic Engineering, 6, 219-223 (2009).
Morris (biosurface technology, Sree Chitra Tirunal Institute for Medical Sciences & Technology) and Sharma (chemical engineering, Indian Institute of Technology) discuss recent research into how chitosan and its derivatives can be used to carry genes and drugs across biological boundaries.
CDC Bioreactors: A rotating disc reactor CDC biofilm reactor (Biosurface Technologies, Bozeman, MT, USA) containing silicon, silica glass, roughened silica glass, nanocomposite samples fixed to silica glass, and coated polycarbonate circular samples was used for microbial testing.
An impressively international group of contributors from fields that include chemistry, applied bioscience, biosurface technology, biotechnology, and applied marine biotechnology report on the sources, production, physical and chemical aspects, and the applications of chitin and chitosan derivatives for industry, agriculture, and biotechnology.