peg graft

peg graft

[′peg ‚graft]
(botany)
A graft made by driving a scion of leafless dormant wood with wedge-shaped base into an opening in the stock and sealing with wax or other material.
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For example, silica nanoparticles were suspended in methanol and grafted with methoxy silane and poly ethylene glygol (PEG) methoxy silane to create PEG grafted particles.
Immune reactions of lymphocytes and macrophages against PEG grafted pancreatic islets.