Paper comparing peptide surface functionalisation methods for poly-caprolactone

We have published an XPS study comparing two methods for poly-caprolactone surface functionalisation with cell-binding RGD peptides.

Immobilisation of Cell-Binding Peptides on Poly-ε-Caprolactone (PCL) Films: A Comparative XPS Study of Two Chemical Surface Functionalisation Methods
J.S. Stevens, A.C. de Luca, S. Downes, G. Terenghi, S.L.M. Schroeder
Surface and Interface Analysis (2014) early view.
DOI:10.1002/sia.5396

Paper on XPS of Amino Acids and Peptides

Having made some unexpected impact with our 2009 Surface and Interface Analysis paper on the XPS of saccharides (see here), we are now publishing a conceptually similar paper, this time dealing with the XPS of several amino acids and peptides derived from them:

Quantitative Analysis of Complex Amino Acids and RGD Peptides by X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy (XPS)
J.S. Stevens, A.C. de Luca, M. Pelendritis, G. Terenghi, S. Downes, S.L.M. Schroeder
Surface and Interface Analysis (2013), in press.
DOI: to be confirmed

Joint Paper on Surface-Functionalised Polymer Conduits for Peripheral Nerve Repair

A joint paper on surface-functionalised polymer film substrates used in conduits for peripheral nerve repair has been published.

Immobilisation of Cell-Binding Peptides on Poly-ε-caprolactone Film Surface to Biomimic the Peripheral Nervous System
A.C. de Luca, J.S. Stevens, S.L.M. Schroeder, J.B. Guilbaud, A. Saiani, S. Downes & G. Terenghi
Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part A 101 (2013) 491–501.
DOI:10.1002/jbm.a.34345