Optical methods in research of organization of blood plasma proteins on immersed biomaterial surface.
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|The adsorption of biopolymers (human blood plasma fibrinogen and oligodeoxynucleotides) on the titanium surface was studied. We used diffarction optical element (DOE) and ellipsometry as a corroporative method to inspect the adsorption of fibrinogen and oligonucleotide on the test surface. The effect of solvent and mechanical (polished, etched and/or gritted surface) or chemical modification of titanium surface on the purine (AAG)12 and pyrimidine (TTC)12 oligonucleotide adsorption and fibrinogen adsorption were determined.