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“…Moreover, the conjugate showed strong bands at 3 417 and 1 647 cm −1 that corresponded to the stretching vibration of OH and carbonyl groups of Glu, respectively (Figure B). Similar findings were reported by other authors for different natural and synthetic polymers modified with different sugar residues …”
Section: Resultssupporting
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“…Moreover, the conjugate showed strong bands at 3 417 and 1 647 cm −1 that corresponded to the stretching vibration of OH and carbonyl groups of Glu, respectively (Figure B). Similar findings were reported by other authors for different natural and synthetic polymers modified with different sugar residues …”
Section: Resultssupporting
“…As stated above, longer grafting time results in a higher DG of poly(NASS). From the work on the hydrophilic modification of microporous polysulfone membrane via ATRP, the grafting reaction generally occurred at the surface of the membrane [32]. Therefore, longer grafting time means higher densities of sulfonic groups on the surface of the membrane.…”
Section: Adsorption Properties For Proteinmentioning
“…Polysulfone (PSF) is a common polymeric material possessing superior film‐forming ability, excellent mechanical property, and strong chemical stability; PSF is used widely in a variety of membrane separation technologies and medical equipment, such as for hemodialysis . However, the hemocompatibility of PSF membranes is not satisfying so that injection of anticoagulants is needed during hemodialysis . Thus, modification of the PSF membrane surface is necessary to improve hemocompatibility .…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
“…4 However, the hemocompatibility of PSF membranes is not satisfying so that injection of anticoagulants is needed during hemodialysis. [5][6][7][8][9] Thus, modification of the PSF membrane surface is necessary to improve hemocompatibility. [10][11][12][13] Compared to direct anticoagulant injection into blood, surface anticoagulant grafting is better because the anticoagulation effect only happens in blood-contact surfaces.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning