volume 13, issue 6, P865-886 1979
DOI: 10.1002/jbm.820130606
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Abstract: SummaryThe kinetics of attachment of NIL B and SV-NIL cells to glass, siliconized glass, and surfaces coated with random copolypeptides have been studied. It was found that in the absence of serum proteins, neither the rate nor the extent of attachment of cells is affected by the nature of the surface. In the presence of bovine serum albumin, the total uptake and rate of attachment of both NIL B and SV-NIL cells to the neutral, hydrophobic, and negatively charged copolymers is decreased compared with attachme…

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