Atmospheric pressure plasma treated PLGA for tissue engineering

Inho Han, Joohyon Noh, In Seop Lee, Hong Koo Baik

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Atmospheric pressure plasmas are attractive for many industrial applications such as improvement of adhesion, surface modification, sterilization et al. Atmospheric pressure plasma is conducted for tissue engineering. PLGA (poly(latic-co-glycolic)acid), one of biodegradable polymer, is selected as a scaffold. A series of gases were used for plasma treatment of PLGA under various conditions such as atmosphere, electric power, and time. Plasma characteristics are investigated by oscilloscope and OES (optical emission spectroscopy). Surface properties are also investigated, which are surface hydrophilicity, surface energy with high polar component, O-containing groups, and N-containing groups. From these results, we can expect that atmospheric pressure plasma treatment will be effective process for culturing of cells on PLGA.

Original languageEnglish
Article number2P55
Number of pages1
JournalIEEE International Conference on Plasma Science
Publication statusPublished - 2004 Dec 1

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tissue engineering
Tissue engineering
Atmospheric pressure
atmospheric pressure
Plasmas
Optical emission spectroscopy
Biodegradable polymers
oscilloscopes
Hydrophilicity
optical emission spectroscopy
electric power
Interfacial energy
Scaffolds
surface properties
Industrial applications
surface energy
Surface properties
Surface treatment
adhesion
Adhesion

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  • Condensed Matter Physics

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