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Fibrous scaffold along with seed cells are essential players for engineered tissue regeneration. Recently, PLGA/epoxidized poly(isoprene) dense membranes have been evaluated for cell growth and have shown satisfactory results. However, porous and fibrous structures suitable for obtaining 3D...
In this research, proteins were obtained from Pongamia pinnata oil meal and subsequently converted into films and compression molded into various packaging products. Films with a maximum tensile strength of 1.9 MPa were obtained when 15% citric acid was used as the crosslinker. Minimum swelling...
Substrates that are simultaneously thin, strong, optically transparent, and biocompatible have diverse applications in a range of fundamental and applied fields. While nature-derived materials offer advantages of sustainability and inherent biocompatibility compared to synthetic polymers, their...
Chitosan, a biocompatible and biodegradable natural polymer, offers great promise as a biomaterial for tissue engineering applications. Chitosan scaffolds have previously been fabricated using additive manufacturing techniques, however, the use of crosslinkers, weak mechanical stability and...
In this study, a novel peptide grafted chitosan (CACS-FBP) with high peptide content, excellent moisture-absorption and moisture-retention abilities was prepared. Caffeic acid (CA) was used to modify chitosan, the highly water-soluble intermediate further reacted with fish bone collagen peptide...
Wound healing properties of some herbs have been known for decades. Recently, electrospun mats have been used as a wound dressing material due to the high surface area of fiber and ease of incorporation of drug into the fiber matrix. In this aspect, the incorporation of herbal extracts in...
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