David G. Castner
David G. Castner
Professor of Bioengineering & Chemical Engineering, University of Washington
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Biomedical surface science: Foundations to frontiers
DG Castner, BD Ratner
Surface Science 500 (1-3), 28-60, 2002
X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy sulfur 2p study of organic thiol and disulfide binding interactions with gold surfaces
DG Castner, K Hinds, DW Grainger
Langmuir 12 (21), 5083-5086, 1996
XPS O 1s binding energies for polymers containing hydroxyl, ether, ketone and ester groups
GP López, DG Castner, BD Ratner
Surface and interface analysis 17 (5), 267-272, 1991
Time-of-flight secondary ion mass spectrometry: techniques and applications for the characterization of biomaterial surfaces
AM Belu, DJ Graham, DG Castner
Biomaterials 24 (21), 3635-3653, 2003
LEED and thermal desorption studies of small molecules (H2, O2, CO, CO2, NO, C2H4, C2H2 and C) chemisorbed on the rhodium (111) and (100) surfaces
DG Castner, BA Sexton, GA Somorjai
Surface Science 71 (3), 519-540, 1978
Characterization of adsorbed protein films by time-of-flight secondary ion mass spectrometry with principal component analysis
MS Wagner, DG Castner
Langmuir 17 (15), 4649-4660, 2001
Influence of PEG architecture on protein adsorption and conformation
R Michel, S Pasche, M Textor, DG Castner
Langmuir 21 (26), 12327-12332, 2005
PEO-like plasma polymerized tetraglyme surface interactions with leukocytes and proteins: in vitro and in vivo studies
M Shen, L Martinson, MS Wagner, DG Castner, BD Ratner, TA Horbett
Journal of Biomaterials Science, Polymer Edition 13 (4), 367-390, 2002
Application of surface chemical analysis tools for characterization of nanoparticles
DR Baer, DJ Gaspar, P Nachimuthu, SD Techane, DG Castner
Analytical and bioanalytical chemistry 396 (3), 983-1002, 2010
Electron spectroscopy for chemical analysis
BD Ratner, DG Castner
Surface Analysis—The Principal Techniques, 43-98, 1997
Phosphonic acid monolayers for binding of bioactive molecules to titanium surfaces
N Adden, LJ Gamble, DG Castner, A Hoffmann, G Gross, H Menzel
Langmuir 22 (19), 8197-8204, 2006
Surface coverage and structure of mixed DNA/alkylthiol monolayers on gold: Characterization by XPS, NEXAFS, and Fluorescence intensity measurements
CY Lee, P Gong, GM Harbers, DW Grainger, DG Castner, LJ Gamble
Analytical chemistry 78 (10), 3316-3325, 2006
Surface characterization of mixed self-assembled monolayers designed for streptavidin immobilization
KE Nelson, L Gamble, LS Jung, MS Boeckl, E Naeemi, SL Golledge, ...
Langmuir 17 (9), 2807-2816, 2001
Cell sheet detachment affects the extracellular matrix: a surface science study comparing thermal liftoff, enzymatic, and mechanical methods
HE Canavan, X Cheng, DJ Graham, BD Ratner, DG Castner
Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part A 75 (1), 1-13, 2005
LEED and thermal desorption studies of small molecules (H2, O2, CO, CO2, NO, C2H4, C2H2 and C) chemisorbed on the stepped rhodium (755) and (331) surfaces
DG Castner, GA Somorjai
Surface Science 83 (1), 60-82, 1979
Structural investigation of molecular organization in self-assembled monolayers of a semifluorinated amidethiol
TJ Lenk, VM Hallmark, CL Hoffmann, JF Rabolt, DG Castner, C Erdelen, ...
Langmuir 10 (12), 4610-4617, 1994
Surface characterization of extracellular matrix scaffolds
BN Brown, CA Barnes, RT Kasick, R Michel, TW Gilbert, D Beer-Stolz, ...
Biomaterials 31 (3), 428-437, 2010
Multivariate Analysis of ToF-SIMS Data from Multicomponent Systems: The Why, When, and How.
DJ Graham, DG Castner
Biointerphases 7 (1-4), 49, 2012
Low temperature plasma treatment of asymmetric polysulfone membranes for permanent hydrophilic surface modification
ML Steen, L Hymas, ED Havey, NE Capps, DG Castner, ER Fisher
Journal of Membrane Science 188 (1), 97-114, 2001
Characterization of adsorbed protein films by time of flight secondary ion mass spectrometry
JB Lhoest, MS Wagner, CD Tidwell, DG Castner
Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part A 57 (3), 432-440, 2001
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