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Principle A common biomolecular strategy in the engineering of adhesive surfaces is to present small peptides encoding the recognition sequences, such as RGD and YIGSR, of several extracellular ligands. While this strategy supports integrin-mediated cell adhesion, several integrins, including a5 b1 and aIIb b3 , require additional binding domains in FN. Targeting of speciﬁc integrins is critical to control of cell function since different integrins trigger diverse signaling cascades (51). Therefore, biomolecular approaches to develop bioadhesive surfaces should not be limited to the RGD site but should extend to additional domains of FN required for full activity, such as the PHSRN synergy site.
Surfaces modiﬁed with covalently-immobilized adhesive peptides affect ﬁbroblast population motility. Biomaterials 17(8):759–764, 1996. 10. A Renzania, CH Thomas, AB Branger, CM Waters, KE Healy. The detachment strength and morphology of bone cells contacting materials modiﬁed with a peptide sequence found within bone sialoprotein. J Biomed Mater Res 37(1):9–19, 1997. 11. YW Tong, MS Shoichet. Peptide surface modiﬁcation of poly(tetraﬂuoroethylene-co-hexaﬂuoropropylene) enhances its interaction with central nervous system neurons.
In the modiﬁed JKR apparatus, two opposing surfaces are brought into contact in an aqueous environment under an applied load. The contact area formed between the two surfaces is measured as a function of the normal load, as shown in Fig. 11a. An energy balance is used to calculate the adhesion energy (G) as a function of the normal load, contact area, radius of curvature, and elastic moduli of the surfaces. Differences in the measured adhesion as the surfaces are brought together (advancing) and then pulled apart (receding) provide information about adhesion resulting from the interaction between the integrin and ligand(s) surfaces.