Bio-Active Coatings
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„Bio-Active Coatings“

Bio-active coatings are thin layers of material containing specific biological molecules that interact with the environment to perform functions such as initiating bio-reactions, releasing drugs, or providing antimicrobial properties. These coatings are often applied to surfaces of medical devices, such as stents, catheters, and implants, to increase biocompatibility, reduce infection, and improve healing.

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Livingston, United Kingdom
11-50 Employees

Environmental & Biosensor Technology |MEMS Manufacturing

... beginning to utilise active, moving MEMS devices, such as cantilevers and bridges, which have been treated with bio-active coatings. The major difference is the actuation mechanism, where the specific molecule targeted binds to a cantilever. This binding causes a deflection in the device. ...

Environmental & Biosensor Technology |MEMS Manufacturing
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Halfords IP - Patent and Trade Mark Attorneys

Sydney, Australia
11-50 Employees

Dan Berger - Halfords IP

... His honours research involved investigating bio-active surface coatings for medical implants. Dan also later did some medical studies at the University of Notre Dame in Sydney, where he gained additional technical knowledge in the medical space. ...

Dan Berger - Halfords IP
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Central Glass & Ceramic Research Institute (Cgcri)

Kolkata, India
11-50 Employees

Disclosure | CSIR-Central Glass & Ceramic Research Institute

... A number of other implants including dental implants, bio-active ceramic coatings on existing metallic implants are under development and are expected to be commercialised in near future. ...

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A&A Coatings

South Plainfield, United States
11-50 Employees

Biomedical Thermal Spray Coating | A&A Thermal Spray Coatings

... That is why specialized materials such as hydroxyapatite and pure titanium have to be used to create bio-active coatings on such implants. With superior services from A&A Coatings, we can create wear resistant coatings that can promote Osseo integration between the implant and the human bone. ...

Biomedical Thermal Spray Coating | A&A Thermal Spray Coatings
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Mems Investor Journal

Southfield, United States
1-10 Employees

MEMS Journal -- The Largest MEMS Publication in the World: Self-assembled monolayers: adapting the functionality of MEMS devices in future technologies

... Bio-active coatings will ultimately bind to their target material when exposed to a hydrophobic surface, and hydrophilic surfaces will pull liquids flat. All of these tests, however, require that a sample be exposed to a testing medium. Due to the thin nature of the films, only a few testing ...