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New Coating Process May Prevent Body From Rejecting Medical Implants

eved with ordinary synthetic materials the highly specific lock-and-key fit we see in natural healing, and that has been one of the toughest hurdles," Ratner says. "The next step is to see if an implant coated using our process actually turns on healing in the body."

Shi has been recognized by the Society for Biomaterials and the American Vacuum Society for outstanding Ph.D. research in connection with this project. He is supported by the UW Center for Nanotechnology, which along with the UW Engineered Biomaterials Center is a leader in developing nano-scale molecular engineering techniques for precision control of biology.


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Contact: Greg Orwig
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206-543-2580
University of Washington
15-Apr-1999


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