Polypropylene mesh for hernia repair with controllable cell adhesion/de-adhesion properties [Dataset]
XPS spectra of the Optilene mesh LP-g-PNIPAAm samples after grafting reaction carried at different time (204,2Kb)
Chair / Department / Institute
Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya. Departament d'Enginyeria Química
PublisherUniversitat Politècnica de Catalunya
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Related publicationsLanzalaco, S. [et al.]. Polypropylene mesh for hernia repair with controllable cell adhesion/de-adhesion properties. "Journal of materials chemistry B", 7 febrer 2020, p. 1049-1059 http://hdl.handle.net/2117/174604
European Commission's project4D-POLYSENSE - 4D-POLYpropylene meshes as SENsitive motion SEnsors (EC-H2020-796292)
The present dataset collects and reports the scientific results corresponding to a scientific study of a commercial and fully flexible versatile bilayer system, composed by a polypropylene (PP) mesh and a covalently bonded poly(N-isopropylacrylamide) (PNIPAAm) hydrogel. In this study the mechanism responsible for cell-adhesion and de-adhesion, when the PNIPAAm-co-MBA monolayer film (adherent on one hand to the PP substrate and anti-adherent on the other hand to cell proliferation) is being employed, has been elucidated. The grafting of the hydrogel was studied and the the graft yield as well as the spectroscopic characterization (FTIR and XPS) of samples treated at different concentration of the crosslinker and different grafting time are ported in the present dataset. The scientific results of cell adhesion and biocompatibility assay are also included, being the in vitro results with fibroblast (COS-1) and epithelial (MCF-7) cells obtained with a mesh modified with a porous iPP-g-PNIPAAm bilayer system, prepared via PNIPAAm grafting for 2 h at the lowest N,NI-methylene bis(acrylamide) (MBA) concentration (1 mM).
These data are associated to the paper with the same title and are structured according to the figures in the paper. These data correspond to the research results of the WP2 of the European Project 4D-POLYSENSE.
CitationLanzalaco, S. [et al.]. (2020). Polypropylene mesh for hernia repair with controllable cell adhesion/de-adhesion properties [Dataset]. 1 v. Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya.
|Figure 1.xlsx||FTIR spectra and graft yield of the Optilene mesh LP-g-PNIPAAm||469,8Kb||Microsoft Excel 2007||View/Open|
|Figure 3.xlsx||Eﬀect of crosslinking concentration on the thermo-dependent equilibrium swelling ratio||13,22Kb||Microsoft Excel 2007||View/Open|
|Figure 4.xlsx||FTIR spectra and graft yield of the Optilene mesh LP-g-PNIPAAm at different grafting time||259,4Kb||Microsoft Excel 2007||View/Open|
|Figure 5.xlsx||XPS spectra of the Optilene mesh LP-g-PNIPAAm samples after grafting reaction carried at different time||204,2Kb||Microsoft Excel 2007||View/Open|
|Figure 8.xlsx||Biocompatibility studies. Percentage of MCF-7 and COS-1 cells attached to iPP-g-PNIPAAm samples||15,88Kb||Microsoft Excel 2007||View/Open|