Adhesion in Biological Systems by Richard S. Manly

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Am. Soc. Artificial Internal Organs 11,301. Lyman, D. , Brash, J. , Chaikin, S. , Klein, K. , and Carini, M. (1968). Trans. Am. Soc. Artificial Internal Organs 14, 250. , Beck, R. , Andrus, P. , and Leininger, R. I. /. Surg. Res. 4, 395. Moolten, S. , Vroman, G. M. , and Goodman, B. (1949). A. Arch. Internal Med. 84, 667. Moscona, A. A. (1961). Nature 190,408. 2. Surface Factors in Bioadhesion 47 Moscona, A. A. (1962a). In "Biological Interactions in Normal and Neoplastic Growth" (M. J. Brennan and W.

And Sandell, M. (1969). 157th Natl. Meeting Am. Chem. Soc, Minneapolis p. 11 (Cell, abstracts). Lyman, D. , Muir, W. , and Lee, I. J. (1965). Trans. Am. Soc. Artificial Internal Organs 11,301. Lyman, D. , Brash, J. , Chaikin, S. , Klein, K. , and Carini, M. (1968). Trans. Am. Soc. Artificial Internal Organs 14, 250. , Beck, R. , Andrus, P. , and Leininger, R. I. /. Surg. Res. 4, 395. Moolten, S. , Vroman, G. M. , and Goodman, B. (1949). A. Arch. Internal Med. 84, 667. Moscona, A. A. (1961). Nature 190,408.

Taylor (1961, 1962) has shown that cells attach and spread immediately on clean surfaces of glass, quartz, and some plastics. As will be discussed in a 30 Robert E. Baier subsequent section, this attachment and spreading could be strongly inhibited when components from horse serum were adsorbed to the substratum. The speed with which cell attachment occurred, and the lack of observable specificity among a variety of cells and surfaces, suggests that physiological response of the living cells was not a major factor in initial cell adhesion.

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