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DSM Biomedical VitroStealth® Coating Test Results Indicate Its Potential in the Design of Biosensing Devices


10/25/2011 9:17:37 AM

BERKELEY, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--DSM, a global leader in biomedical materials, today announced that new test results indicate its VitroStealth® coating can be used in the design of biosensors, such as those for continuous glucose monitoring. VitroStealth® coating is a durable and non-fouling coating designed to prevent unwanted protein absorption and cellular adhesion on synthetic surfaces. Study data indicates that VitroStealth® coating does not inhibit the transport of glucose or oxygen through coated filters. This opens the door to its application in the design of biosensors, where permeability and non-fouling are important requirements.

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