Browsing by Author "Peters, Linda M."

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  • Antibacterial Ti-Mn-Cu alloys for biomedical applications

    Alqattan, Mohammad; Peters, Linda M.; Alshammari, Yousef Namlan; Yang, Fei; Bolzoni, Leandro (Oxford University Press (OUP), 2020)
    Titanium alloys are common biomedical materials due to their biocompatibility and mechanical performance. However, titanium alloys are expensive and, unless surface treated, generally cannot prevent surgical infections ...
  • Biomedical Ti-Cu-Mn alloys with antibacterial capability

    Alqattan, M.; Alshammari, Yousef Namlan; Yang, Fei; Peters, Linda M.; Bolzoni, Leandro (Elsevier, 2021)
    This study aims to develop Ti–Cu–Mn alloys with antibacterial capability for reducing the possibility of bacterial infection during biomedical implant surgeries. Ternary alloys were designed to be manufactured via powder ...
  • Chitosan: A review of sources and preparation methods

    Kou, Shijie; Peters, Linda M.; Mucalo, Michael R. (Elsevier, 2021)
    This review aims to explore different sources of chitin and methods of chitosan production with industrial consideration. This article first discussed different sources of chitin for industrial scale production, with ...
  • Development of a qPCR method to measure mitochondrial and genomic DNA damage with application to chemotherapy-induced DNA damage and cryopreserved cells

    Evans, Stephen O.; Jameson, Michael B.; Cursons, Raymond T.; Peters, Linda M.; Bird, Steve; Jacobson, Gregory M. (MDPI AG, 2016)
    DNA damage quantitation assays such as the comet assay have focused on the measurement of total nuclear damage per cell. The adoption of PCR-based techniques to quantify DNA damage has enabled sequence- and organelle-specific ...
  • Enhanced targeting of triplex forming oligonucleotides

    Peters, Linda M. (The University of Waikato, 1999)
    Oligonucleotides offer the potential to inhibit the expression of specific genes within living cells by binding to the major groove of the DNA helix in a sequence-specific manner to form a DNA triple helix. The ultimate ...

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