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The role of nano-scale heterogeneous electrostatic interactions in initial bacterial adhesion from flow: a case study with Staphylococcus aureus.
Sustained rolling of microparticles in shear flow over an electrostatically patchy surface.
Micrometer scale adhesion on nanometer-scale patchy surfaces: adhesion rates, adhesion thresholds, and curvature-based selectivity.
Non-specific adhesion on biomaterial surfaces driven by small amounts of protein adsorption.
Bacterial adhesion on hybrid cationic nanoparticle-polymer brush surfaces: ionic strength tunes capture from monovalent to multivalent binding.
Sensitivity of protein adsorption to architectural variations in a protein-resistant polymer brush containing engineered nanoscale adhesive sites.
Using flow to switch the valency of bacterial capture on engineered surfaces containing immobilized nanoparticles.
Antimicrobial surfaces containing cationic nanoparticles: how immobilized, clustered, and protruding cationic charge presentation affects killing activity and kinetics.