Bryan  R. Coad
Bryan R. Coad
Senior Research Fellow, School of Agriculture, Food and Wine, University of Adelaide
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Controlled covalent surface immobilisation of proteins and peptides using plasma methods
BR Coad, M Jasieniak, SS Griesser, HJ Griesser
Surface and Coatings Technology 233, 169-177, 2013
Biomaterials surfaces capable of resisting fungal attachment and biofilm formation
BR Coad, SE Kidd, DH Ellis, HJ Griesser
Biotechnology advances 32 (2), 296-307, 2014
Functionality of proteins bound to plasma polymer surfaces
BR Coad, T Scholz, K Vasilev, JD Hayball, RD Short, HJ Griesser
ACS applied materials & interfaces 4 (5), 2455-2463, 2012
A substrate-independent method for surface grafting polymer layers by atom transfer radical polymerization: Reduction of protein adsorption
BR Coad, Y Lu, L Meagher
Acta biomaterialia 8 (2), 608-618, 2012
Polyethyleneimine for copper absorption: kinetics, selectivity and efficiency in artificial seawater
JB Lindén, M Larsson, BR Coad, WM Skinner, M Nydén
RSC Advances 4 (48), 25063-25066, 2014
Anti-infective surface coatings: design and therapeutic promise against device-associated infections
BR Coad, HJ Griesser, AY Peleg, A Traven
PLoS pathogens 12 (6), e1005598, 2016
Substrate-independent method for growing and modulating the density of polymer brushes from surfaces by atrp
BR Coad, Y Lu, V Glattauer, L Meagher
ACS applied materials & interfaces 4 (5), 2811-2823, 2012
Nitric oxide releasing plasma polymer coating with bacteriostatic properties and no cytotoxic side effects
TD Michl, BR Coad, M Doran, M Osiecki, MH Kafshgari, NH Voelcker, ...
Chemical Communications 51 (32), 7058-7060, 2015
Plasma activated coatings with dual action against fungi and bacteria
B Akhavan, TD Michl, C Giles, K Ho, L Martin, O Sharifahmadian, SG Wise, ...
Applied Materials Today 12, 72-84, 2018
Immobilized streptavidin gradients as bioconjugation platforms
BR Coad, K Vasilev, KR Diener, JD Hayball, RD Short, HJ Griesser
Langmuir 28 (5), 2710-2717, 2012
The importance of fungal pathogens and antifungal coatings in medical device infections
C Giles, SJ Lamont-Friedrich, TD Michl, HJ Griesser, BR Coad
Biotechnology advances 36 (1), 264-280, 2018
“Thunderstruck”: Plasma-polymer-coated porous silicon microparticles as a controlled drug delivery system
SJP McInnes, TD Michl, B Delalat, SA Al-Bataineh, BR Coad, K Vasilev, ...
ACS applied materials & interfaces 8 (7), 4467-4476, 2016
Surface grafting of electrospun fibers using ATRP and RAFT for the control of biointerfacial interactions
T Ameringer, F Ercole, KM Tsang, BR Coad, X Hou, A Rodda, DR Nisbet, ...
Biointerphases 8 (1), 1-11, 2013
Polymer brush gradients grafted from plasma-polymerized surfaces
BR Coad, T Bilgic, HA Klok
Langmuir 30 (28), 8357-8365, 2014
Surface coatings with covalently attached caspofungin are effective in eliminating fungal pathogens
BR Coad, SJ Lamont-Friedrich, L Gwynne, M Jasieniak, SS Griesser, ...
Journal of Materials Chemistry B 3 (43), 8469-8476, 2015
One Step ATRP Initiator Immobilization on Surfaces Leading to Gradient-Grafted Polymer Brushes
BR Coad, KE Styan, L Meagher
ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 6 (10), 7782-7789, 2014
Laboratory scale systems for the plasma treatment and coating of particles
TD Michl, BR Coad, A Hüsler, K Vasilev, HJ Griesser
Plasma Processes and Polymers 12 (4), 305-313, 2015
The influence of grafted polymer architecture and fluid hydrodynamics on protein separation by entropic interaction chromatography
BR Coad, BM Steels, JN Kizhakkedathu, DE Brooks, CA Haynes
Biotechnology and bioengineering 97 (3), 574-587, 2007
Synthesis of novel size exclusion chromatography support by surface initiated aqueous atom transfer radical polymerization
BR Coad, JN Kizhakkedathu, CA Haynes, DE Brooks
Langmuir 23 (23), 11791-11803, 2007
Antifungal coatings by caspofungin immobilization onto biomaterials surfaces via a plasma polymer interlayer
SS Griesser, M Jasieniak, BR Coad, HJ Griesser
Biointerphases 10 (4), 04A307, 2015
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