Carbonated hydroxyapatite (CHA) has been successfully biodecorated with carbohydrate derivatives, via silylation of the hydroxy groups of the apatite and subsequent covalent bonding with a suitably functionalized carbohydrate moiety. The presented procedure opens the way toward covalent biofunctionalisation of CHA with carbohydrates. © Georg Thieme Verlag Stuttgart New York.

Sandri, M., Natalello, A., Bini, D., Gabrielli, L., Cipolla, L., Nicotra, F. (2011). Sweet and Salted: Sugars Meet Hydroxyapatite. SYNLETT(13), 1845-1848 [10.1055/s-0030-1260953].

Sweet and Salted: Sugars Meet Hydroxyapatite

NATALELLO, ANTONINO;BINI, DAVIDE;GABRIELLI, LUCA;CIPOLLA, LAURA FRANCESCA;NICOTRA, FRANCESCO
2011

Abstract

Carbonated hydroxyapatite (CHA) has been successfully biodecorated with carbohydrate derivatives, via silylation of the hydroxy groups of the apatite and subsequent covalent bonding with a suitably functionalized carbohydrate moiety. The presented procedure opens the way toward covalent biofunctionalisation of CHA with carbohydrates. © Georg Thieme Verlag Stuttgart New York.
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carbohydrates; C-glycosides; biomaterials; hydroxyapatite; biofunctionalisation
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Sandri, M., Natalello, A., Bini, D., Gabrielli, L., Cipolla, L., Nicotra, F. (2011). Sweet and Salted: Sugars Meet Hydroxyapatite. SYNLETT(13), 1845-1848 [10.1055/s-0030-1260953].
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