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In extracorporeal circulation we provide large surface areas to guarantee good gas and electrolyte exchange, and simultaneously ask that surface denaturation of crucial proteins be kept to a minimum despite the large surface contact between biological fluids and nonphysiologic materials. For surgical and dental adhesives, we require intimate molecular contact and good spreading to eliminate voids or particle entrapment while promoting strong adhesive bonds; for substitute heart valves we prefer to have blood-implant interactions kept to a minimum.
Adhesion in Biological Systems by Richard S. Manly