Michael P. Danahy, Ph.D.

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2004 Princeton University, Princeton, NJ 
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interface chemistry
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Jeffrey Schwartz grad student 2004 Princeton
 (Controlled modification of titanium surfaces.)
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Rozhkova-Novosad EA, Chae JC, Zylstra GJ, et al. (2007) Profiling mechanisms of alkane hydroxylase activity in vivo using the diagnostic substrate norcarane. Chemistry & Biology. 14: 165-72
Midwood KS, Carolus MD, Danahy MP, et al. (2004) Easy and efficient bonding of biomolecules to an oxide surface of silicon. Langmuir : the Acs Journal of Surfaces and Colloids. 20: 5501-5
Danahy MP, Avaltroni MJ, Midwood KS, et al. (2004) Self-assembled monolayers of alpha,omega-diphosphonic acids on Ti enable complete or spatially controlled surface derivatization. Langmuir : the Acs Journal of Surfaces and Colloids. 20: 5333-7
Danahy MP, Avaltroni MJ, Midwood KS, et al. (2004) Self-assembled monolayers of α,ω-diphosphonic acids on Ti enable complete or spatially controlled surface derivatization Langmuir. 20: 5333-5337
Gawalt ES, Avaltroni MJ, Danahy MP, et al. (2003) Bonding organics to Ti alloys: Facilitating human osteoblast attachment and spreading on surgical implant materials Langmuir. 19: 200-204
Schwartz J, Avaltroni MJ, Danahy MP, et al. (2003) Cell attachment and spreading on metal implant materials Materials Science and Engineering C. 23: 395-400
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