The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Adsorption, Nanotechnology, Protein adsorption, Polymer chemistry and Chemical engineering. His studies deal with areas such as Layer, Monolayer, Lower critical solution temperature and Analytical chemistry as well as Adsorption. His studies in Nanotechnology integrate themes in fields like Tissue engineering, Biophysics, Regenerative medicine and Surface modification.
His Protein adsorption study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Adhesion and Nuclear chemistry. His Polymer chemistry research incorporates themes from Benzaldehyde, Molecule, Hydrogen bond, Hydrocarbon and Cyclodextrin. He has researched Chemical engineering in several fields, including Chemical decomposition, Natural rubber and Electrospinning.
Peter Kingshott mainly investigates Chemical engineering, Nanotechnology, Protein adsorption, Adsorption and Polymer chemistry. His Chemical engineering study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Plasma polymerization, Membrane and Analytical chemistry. The concepts of his Nanotechnology study are interwoven with issues in Polystyrene, Polymer and Colloidal crystal.
His Protein adsorption study incorporates themes from Covalent bond, Biophysics, Contact angle and Mass spectrometry. Peter Kingshott interconnects Adhesion, Surface modification, Biomolecule, Chromatography and X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy in the investigation of issues within Adsorption. Peter Kingshott works mostly in the field of Polymer chemistry, limiting it down to topics relating to Electrospinning and, in certain cases, Secondary ion mass spectrometry.
His primary scientific interests are in Chemical engineering, Colloidal crystal, Nanotechnology, Biophysics and Stem cell. The various areas that Peter Kingshott examines in his Chemical engineering study include Coating, Adsorption and Polymer. While the research belongs to areas of Adsorption, Peter Kingshott spends his time largely on the problem of Biomolecule, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Electrochemistry, Neurite, Diamond and Biocompatibility.
His Polymer research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Contact angle, Surface modification and Polymer chemistry. His research investigates the connection with Biophysics and areas like In vitro which intersect with concerns in Self assembled. His study in the fields of Regenerative medicine under the domain of Stem cell overlaps with other disciplines such as Cellular differentiation and Induced pluripotent stem cell.
His primary areas of investigation include Nanotechnology, Induced pluripotent stem cell, Stem cell, Regenerative medicine and Mesenchymal stem cell. His Monolayer and Self-assembly study in the realm of Nanotechnology interacts with subjects such as Two-photon excitation microscopy. His work carried out in the field of Monolayer brings together such families of science as Mixing and MicroTiles.
Stem cell connects with themes related to Tissue engineering in his study. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Cell morphology and Biophysics. His Cell therapy study which covers Neuroscience that intersects with Nanotopography.
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Effects of cloud-point grafting, chain length, and density of PEG layers on competitive adsorption of ocular proteins
Peter Kingshott;Helmut Thissen;Hans J. Griesser.
Surfaces that resist bioadhesion
Peter Kingshott;Hans J. Griesser.
Current Opinion in Solid State & Materials Science (1999)
Covalent Attachment of Poly(ethylene glycol) to Surfaces, Critical for Reducing Bacterial Adhesion
Peter Kingshott;Jiang Wei;Dorthe Bagge-Ravn;Nikolaj Gadegaard.
Electrospun Nanofibers as Dressings for Chronic Wound Care: Advances, Challenges, and Future Prospects
Martina Abrigo;Sally L. McArthur;Peter Kingshott.
Macromolecular Bioscience (2014)
Characterization of Ferritin Adsorption onto Gold
Frank Caruso;D.Neil Furlong;Peter Kingshott.
Journal of Colloid and Interface Science (1997)
Effect of polysaccharide structure on protein adsorption
Sally L. McArthur;Sally L. McArthur;Keith M. McLean;Keith M. McLean;Peter Kingshott;Peter Kingshott;Heather A.W. St John;Heather A.W. St John.
Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces (2000)
Ultrasensitive probing of the protein resistance of PEG surfaces by secondary ion mass spectrometry
Peter Kingshott;Sally L. McArthur;Sally L. McArthur;Helmut Thissen;David G. Castner.
Fibronectin adsorption, cell adhesion, and proliferation on nanostructured tantalum surfaces.
A. Dolatshahi-Pirouz;T. Jensen;David Christian Kraft;Morten Foss.
ACS Nano (2010)
Immobilisation of living bacteria for AFM imaging under physiological conditions
Rikke Louise Meyer;Xingfei Zhou;Lone Tang;Ayyoob Arpanaei.
Viscoelastic modeling of highly hydrated laminin layers at homogeneous and nanostructured surfaces: quantification of protein layer properties using QCM-D and SPR.
Jenny Malmström;Hossein Agheli;Peter Kingshott;Duncan S Sutherland.
Applied Surface Science
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