Biomimetic hydroxyapatite nanocrystals represent an ideal bone-substitute material; the clarification of their interaction with proteins is fundamental to understanding the integration of an implanted device or biomaterial with a tissue. Investigations of nano-materials/protein interaction could find application in heterogeneous catalysis and chromatographic protein separation. This study has pointed out how apatitic nanostructured biomimetic substrates affect the conformation of myoglobin.

Interaction-between proteins and biomimetic inorganic substrates

IAFISCO, MICHELE;PALAZZO, BARBARA;ROVERI, NORBERTO
2009

Abstract

Biomimetic hydroxyapatite nanocrystals represent an ideal bone-substitute material; the clarification of their interaction with proteins is fundamental to understanding the integration of an implanted device or biomaterial with a tissue. Investigations of nano-materials/protein interaction could find application in heterogeneous catalysis and chromatographic protein separation. This study has pointed out how apatitic nanostructured biomimetic substrates affect the conformation of myoglobin.
Iafisco M.; Palazzo B.; Roveri N.
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