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Surface Analysis Facility for Biomedical Problems

David Castner, Ph.D. (castner@uw.edu)
P41EB002027
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Center Overview

The National ESCA and Surface Analysis Center for Biomedical Problems (NESAC/BIO) provides state-of-the-art surface analysis expertise, instrumentation, experimental protocols, and data analysis methods to address surface-related biomedical problems. NESAC/BIO develops and applies surface science methodologies that produce a full understanding of the surface composition, structure, spatial distribution, and orientation of biomaterials and adsorbed biomolecules. The NESAC/BIO program identifies areas where surface science must evolve to keep pace with the growth in biochemical knowledge and biomaterial fabrication technology, and develops instrumentation, experimental protocols, and data analysis methods to achieve this evolution.

Tags

Biomedical Surface Analysis, ESCA or XPS, Sum Frequency Generation, ToF-SIMS

Resources

ResourceDescriptionSupported PlatformsSupported FormatsData TypeData Size (compressed)
NBtoolbox
Surface Analysis Facility for Biomedical Problems
NIBIB

The NBToolbox is a free set of Matlab graphical user interfaces (GUIs) for multivariate analysis of ToF-SIMS spectra and images.

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