PolySia: A new bioidentical structural substance  
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Organic Modification

  1. Berski,S., van Bergeijk,J., Schwarzer,D., Stark,Y., Kasper,C., Scheper,T., Grothe,C., Gerardy-Schahn,R., Kirschning,A., and Dräger,G. (2008). Synthesis and Biological Evaluation of a Polysialic Acid-Based Hydrogel as Enzymatically Degradable Scaffold Material for Tissue Engineering. Biomacromolecules, 9, 2353-2359.

  2. Hartlieb,S., Günzel,A., Gerardy-Schahn,R., Munster-Kühnel,A.K., Kirschning,A., and Dräger,G. (2008). Chemoenzymatic synthesis of CMP-N-acetyl-7-fluoro-7-deoxy-neuraminic acid. Carbohydr. Res., 343, 2075-2082.

  3. Haile,Y., Berski,S., Dräger,G., Nobre,A., Stummeyer,K., Gerardy-Schahn,R., and Grothe,C. (2008). The effect of modified polysialic acid based hydrogels on the adhesion and viability of primary neurons and glial cells. Biomaterials, 29, 1880-1891.

  4. Haile,Y., Haaster,K., Cesnulevicius,K., Stummeyer,K., Timmer,M., Berski,S., Dräger,G., Gerardy-Schahn,R., and Grothe,C. (2007). Culturing of glial and neuronal cells on polysialic acid. Biomaterials, 28, 1163-1173.


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