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Adsorption of a PEO–PPO–PEO triblock copolymer on metal oxide surfaces with a view to reducing protein adsorption and further biofouling

Bibliographic reference Yang, Yi ; Poleunis, Claude ; Románszki, L. ; Telegdi, J. ; Dupont-Gillain, Christine C.. Adsorption of a PEO–PPO–PEO triblock copolymer on metal oxide surfaces with a view to reducing protein adsorption and further biofouling. In: Biofouling : the journal of bioadhesion and biofilm research, Vol. 29, no.9, p. 1123-1137 (2013)
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