Saul J. B. Tendler spends much of his time researching Surface plasmon resonance, Polymer, Biophysics, Nanotechnology and Tissue engineering. His study in Surface plasmon resonance is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Lipid bilayer, Scanning probe microscopy and Analytical chemistry. His research in Polymer focuses on subjects like Crystallography, which are connected to Mica substrate and In situ atomic force microscopy.
Chitosan, Nuclear chemistry and DNA is closely connected to Molecule in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Biophysics. His Nanotechnology research focuses on Microscopy and how it connects with Metrology. His work carried out in the field of Tissue engineering brings together such families of science as Biodegradable polymer, Porosity and In situ.
Saul J. B. Tendler mostly deals with Nanotechnology, Crystallography, Molecule, Analytical chemistry and Biophysics. His Nanotechnology research incorporates themes from Diphenylalanine and Microscopy. The concepts of his Crystallography study are interwoven with issues in In situ and Energy landscape.
In his research on the topic of Molecule, Monolayer and Surface plasmon resonance is strongly related with Adsorption. The study incorporates disciplines such as Biodegradable polymer, Polymer and Polymer chemistry in addition to Surface plasmon resonance. His research investigates the connection between Biophysics and topics such as Adhesion that intersect with problems in Surface modification.
Saul J. B. Tendler focuses on Crystallography, Nanotechnology, Molecule, Peptide and Diphenylalanine. His work deals with themes such as Mica, Adsorption and High spatial resolution, which intersect with Crystallography. His research on Nanotechnology often connects related topics like Laser.
His work carried out in the field of Molecule brings together such families of science as Substrate, Magnetic field, Ferritin and Analytical chemistry. His Peptide study incorporates themes from Self-assembly, Nanoscopic scale and Drug delivery. His studies in Diphenylalanine integrate themes in fields like Nano- and Hydrogen bond.
His primary areas of investigation include Nanotechnology, Diphenylalanine, Molecule, Peptide and Crystallography. Saul J. B. Tendler interconnects Dendrimer and Ferritin in the investigation of issues within Nanotechnology. His work deals with themes such as Molecular engineering, Nanostructure, Nanotube, Supramolecular polymers and Self-assembly, which intersect with Diphenylalanine.
His Molecule research includes themes of Spin casting, Magnetic field, Raman spectroscopy and Amide. He combines subjects such as Nanoscopic scale, Regenerative medicine, Self assembling and Drug delivery with his study of Peptide. His research integrates issues of Phenylalanine, Nanometre, Dipeptide and Mica in his study of Crystallography.
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Surface plasmon resonance analysis of dynamic biological interactions with biomaterials
Rebecca J Green;Richard A Frazier;Kevin M Shakesheff;Martyn C Davies.
Comparison of calibration methods for atomic-force microscopy cantilevers
N A Burnham;X Chen;C S Hodges;G A Matei.
Immobilization of Protein Molecules onto Homogeneous and Mixed Carboxylate-Terminated Self-Assembled Monolayers
Nikin Patel;Martyn C. Davies;Mark Hartshorne;Richard J. Heaton.
Detection of antigen-antibody binding events with the atomic force microscope.
Stephanie Allen;Xinyong Chen;John Davies;Martyn C. Davies.
Thermal and Chemical Stability of Diphenylalanine Peptide Nanotubes: Implications for Nanotechnological Applications
Lihi Adler-Abramovich;Meital Reches;Victoria L Sedman;Stephanie Allen.
Poly(L-lysine)-GRGDS as a biomimetic surface modifier for poly(lactic acid).
Robin A. Quirk;Weng C. Chan;Martyn C. Davies;Saul J.B. Tendler.
Spatially controlled cell engineering on biodegradable polymer surfaces
Nikin Patel;Robert Padera;Robert Padera;Giles H. W. Sanders;Scott M. Cannizzaro;Scott M. Cannizzaro.
The FASEB Journal (1998)
Surface plasmon resonance for real time in situ analysis of protein adsorption to polymer surfaces.
R.J. Green;J. Davies;M.C. Davies;C.J. Roberts.
Interactions of 3T3 fibroblasts and endothelial cells with defined pore features
A. K. Salem;R. Stevens;R. G. Pearson;M. C. Davies.
Journal of Biomedical Materials Research (2002)
Liver Tissue Engineering: A Role for Co-culture Systems in Modifying Hepatocyte Function and Viability
Rena N.B. Bhandari;Lisa A. Riccalton;Andrew L. Lewis;Jeffrey R. Fry.
Tissue Engineering (2001)
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