Adhesion in Biological Systems by Richard S. Manly

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We would like to improve adhesion of filling materials in teeth and of the apposed faces of cut tissue; we would like to impede adhesion of bandages to some wound surfaces and of marine biota to structural materials. The concept of tailor-making surface-active modifiers holds considerable promise for eventually meeting these needs (Zisman, 1965; O'Rearef al, 1968; Bascom, 1968). IV. Discussion A. Recognition 1. of the Role of Surface Forces in Biological Adhesion CELL-TOCELL Surface forces were recognized many years ago by Fahraeus (1929) as contributing to the mutual adhesion of red blood cells and to their aggregation into rouleaux.

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