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Mussel-inspired modification of dextran for protein-resistant coatings of titanium oxide

Mussel-inspired modification of dextran for protein-resistant coatings of titanium oxide

Carbohydrate Polymers 97(2): 753-757

Surface modification of inorganic materials to prevent non-specific protein adsorption is critically important for developing a biocompatible materials' platform for medical implantation, diagnostics, and therapeutics. Here we report mussel-inspired chemical modification of dextran for anti-fouling coatings of metal oxide. Catechols are conjugated to dextran via a carbamate ester linkage, producing catechol-grafted dextran with a grafting density of 7.3 mol.%. Titanium dioxide (TiO₂) is coated with the catechol-grafted dextran, and the anti-fouling effect of dextran coatings is examined by using the adsorption of human serum albumin. The mussel-inspired dextran coatings show excellent resistance to non-specific protein adsorption: the adsorption equilibrium constant (K) is 0.69 Lg(-1) for dextran-coated TiO₂ while that for pristine TiO₂ surface is 3.53 Lg(-1). This study suggests that catechol-grafted dextran is a promising material for effective anti-fouling coatings of implantable inorganic materials.

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Accession: 054512189

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PMID: 23911511

DOI: 10.1016/j.carbpol.2013.05.064

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