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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
Structure, Mechanism, and Inhibition of Aspergillus fumigatus Thioredoxin Reductase
AC Marshall, SE Kidd, SJ Lamont-Friedrich, G Arentz, P Hoffmann, ...
Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy 63 (3), 10.1128/aac. 02281-18, 2019
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
“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
Immobilized streptavidin gradients as bioconjugation platforms
BR Coad, K Vasilev, KR Diener, JD Hayball, RD Short, HJ Griesser
Langmuir 28 (5), 2710-2717, 2012
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
Polymer brush gradients grafted from plasma-polymerized surfaces
BR Coad, T Bilgic, HA Klok
Langmuir 30 (28), 8357-8365, 2014
Antifungal coatings by caspofungin immobilization onto biomaterials surfaces via a plasma polymer interlayer
SS Griesser, M Jasieniak, BR Coad, HJ Griesser
Biointerphases 10 (4), 2015
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
Comparison of plasma polymerization under collisional and collision-less pressure regimes
S Saboohi, M Jasieniak, BR Coad, HJ Griesser, RD Short, A Michelmore
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 119 (49), 15359-15369, 2015
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