Surface Chemical Modification

Surface chemical modification plays a key role in strategies to design functional biosurfaces. There are many examples in which surfaces are required to be resistant to protein, cell or bacteria adsorption.


In other cases, biomolecule adsorption is actively sought after and the goal is not only to selectively adsorb target molecules but to ensure the desired function is achieved and maintained. In each case, the underlying surface chemistry has important influence. We utilize many techniques for surface modification including plasma treatment, micro/nano-patterning, structuring, ligand binding etc.

Thanks to the merger wtih SP, you have access to extensive competence on further aspects of particularly Medtech issues. Biocompatibility tests and CE certification are examples of services.

SP Chemistry, Materials and Surfaces, Box 5607, SE-114 86 Stockholm, Sweden Phone +46 10 516 5000, E-mail