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Document type:
Zeitschriftenaufsatz 
Author(s):
Winkeljann, Benjamin; Leipold, Philippe‐Maximilian A.; Lieleg, Oliver 
Title:
Macromolecular Coatings Enhance the Tribological Performance of Polymer‐Based Lubricants 
Abstract:
In many biomedical settings, hard surfaces cause friction and wear at interfaces. Surface coatings have been introduced to reduce tribological stress—especially at slow sliding velocities where boundary friction dominates. Here, the ability of coatings generated from differently charged macromolecules, i.e., poly(ethylene glycol) (uncharged), mucin (polyanionic), and poly‐l‐lysine (polycationic), to synergistically interact with polymer‐based lubricants is studied as they are also present in alm...    »
 
Keywords:
friction, hyaluronic acid, mucin, wear 
Dewey Decimal Classification:
610 Medizin und Gesundheit 
Journal title:
Advanced Materials Interfaces 
Year:
2019 
Pages contribution:
1900366 
Covered by:
Scopus 
Fulltext / DOI:
Publisher:
Wiley 
E-ISSN:
2196-73502196-7350 
Date of publication:
07.06.2019 
TUM Institution:
Fachgebiet für Biomechanik, MW