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The clinical translation of bioactive technologies is lacking compared to the number of novel technologies reported in the literature. This is in part due to the difficulties in characterizing bioactive materials to understand and predict their biological response. To progress the field and...
The biopolymer chitosan is widely used for the development of local hemostatic agents. However, the physicochemical parameters of chitosan that determine its hemostatic properties have not yet been determined. Standard quality control of chitosan-containing raw materials and medical products on...
Investigations regarding alternative methods for producing polymeric materials with hydrophilic properties have increased considerably. In this context, polymeric biomaterials with hemocompatible surface properties have been successfully obtained by grafting hydrophilic monomers onto commercial...
To have therapeutic promise of neural stem/precursor cells (NS/PCs) an appropriate scaffold is mostly essential. This study was conducted to fabricate collagen (Col)/chitosan-functionalized graphene oxide (CSGO) nanocomposite hydrogel and evaluated it as scaffold for NS/PCs. Graphene oxide was...
Although guided tissue regeneration (GTR) is a useful tool for regenerating lost tissue as bone and periodontal tissue, a biocompatible membrane capable of regenerating large defects has yet to be discovered. This study aimed to characterize the physicochemical properties and biological...
Currently, there is a great demand for functional materials with effective pathogen-killing properties. In this research, we describe the use of green technology “reactive extrusion” for the synthesis of potent antimicrobial materials based on Ethylene-vinyl alcohol copolymer (EVOH). Herein, the...
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