The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Polymer chemistry, Methacrylate, Protein adsorption, Polymer and Adsorption. His Polymer chemistry research includes themes of Copolymer, Atom-transfer radical-polymerization, Adhesion, Ethylene glycol and Membrane. His Membrane research incorporates elements of Grafting and Organic chemistry.
His research investigates the connection between Protein adsorption and topics such as Self-healing hydrogels that intersect with issues in Composite material, Agar, Stress and Biocompatible polymers. His Polymer research integrates issues from Biocompatibility, Counterion, Nanotechnology and Hofmeister series. His work deals with themes such as Chemical reaction, Isothermal process, Coating, Zeta potential and Monomer, which intersect with Adsorption.
His primary areas of study are Membrane, Polymer chemistry, Methacrylate, Copolymer and Polymer. The study incorporates disciplines such as Chromatography, Contact angle, Surface modification and Filtration in addition to Membrane. He has researched Polymer chemistry in several fields, including Polymerization, Atom-transfer radical-polymerization, Monomer and Adsorption, Protein adsorption.
His studies in Methacrylate integrate themes in fields like Biomaterial, Ethylene glycol, Biofouling, Grafting and Self-healing hydrogels. His Self-healing hydrogels research incorporates themes from Nanotechnology and Cell biology. His research integrates issues of Adhesion, Polystyrene, Coating and Fouling in his study of Copolymer.
His primary areas of investigation include Membrane, Biofouling, Methacrylate, Copolymer and Polymer. His work on Permeation as part of general Membrane research is often related to Fluoride, thus linking different fields of science. His Biofouling study combines topics in areas such as Wound healing, Chronic wound, Microfiltration, Polydimethylsiloxane and Grafting.
His Methacrylate study is concerned with Monomer in general. Yung Chang combines subjects such as Polystyrene and Micelle with his study of Copolymer. Yung Chang does research in Polymer, focusing on Protein adsorption specifically.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Biofouling, Membrane, Nanotechnology, Polymer and Contact angle. His study ties his expertise on Methacrylate together with the subject of Biofouling. His Methacrylate research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Biomaterial, Polydimethylsiloxane and Chemical modification.
His research integrates issues of Copolymer, Surface modification and Surface charge in his study of Membrane. Yung Chang focuses mostly in the field of Polymer, narrowing it down to matters related to Molecule and, in some cases, Topology, Molecular dynamics, Protein adsorption and Ethylene glycol. His Contact angle research incorporates elements of Polysulfone and Polyamide.
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Surface grafted sulfobetaine polymers via atom transfer radical polymerization as superlow fouling coatings.
Zheng Zhang;Shengfu Chen;Yung Chang;Shaoyi Jiang.
Journal of Physical Chemistry B (2006)
Physical cues of biomaterials guide stem cell differentiation fate.
Akon Higuchi;Akon Higuchi;Qing Dong Ling;Yung Chang;Shih Tien Hsu.
Chemical Reviews (2013)
Molecular simulation studies of protein interactions with zwitterionic phosphorylcholine self-assembled monolayers in the presence of water.
Yi He;Jason Hower;Shengfu Chen;Matthew T. Bernards.
Highly protein-resistant coatings from well-defined diblock copolymers containing sulfobetaines
Yung Chang;Shengfu Chen;Zheng Zhang;Shaoyi Jiang.
Investigation of the hydration of nonfouling material poly(sulfobetaine methacrylate) by low-field nuclear magnetic resonance
Jiang Wu;Weifeng Lin;Zhen Wang;Shengfu Chen.
Zwitterionic sulfobetaine-grafted poly(vinylidene fluoride) membrane with highly effective blood compatibility via atmospheric plasma-induced surface copolymerization.
Yung Chang;Wan-Ju Chang;Yu-Ju Shih;Ta-Chin Wei.
ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces (2011)
Sulfobetaine-grafted poly(vinylidene fluoride) ultrafiltration membranes exhibit excellent antifouling property
Yen Che Chiang;Yung Chang;Akon Higuchi;Wen Yih Chen.
Journal of Membrane Science (2009)
A Highly Stable Nonbiofouling Surface with Well-Packed Grafted Zwitterionic Polysulfobetaine for Plasma Protein Repulsion
Yung Chang;Shih Chieh Liao;Akon Higuchi;Ruoh Chyu Ruaan.
Hemocompatibility of zwitterionic interfaces and membranes
Mei-Chan Sin;Sheng-Han Chen;Yung Chang.
Polymer Journal (2014)
Surface grafting control of PEGylated poly(vinylidene fluoride) antifouling membrane via surface-initiated radical graft copolymerization
Yung Chang;Chao-Yin Ko;Yu-Ju Shih;Damien Quémener.
Journal of Membrane Science (2009)
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