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Curcumin (CUR), obtained from turmeric, has biological advantages, but low aqueous solubility restricts its pharmaceutical applications. In the present work, a mixed polymeric nanomicellar formulation composed of bioactive Pluronic P123, Pluronic F68, and biocompatible phosphatidylcholine (PC)...
As known, the chitosan is a biodegradable biopolymer with antibacterial properties, therefore it is used in the fields of pharmacy, medical, wastewater treatment, biotechnology, cosmetics, textiles, and agriculture. Apart from these, the chitosan has an important place in the food industry with...
Hospital-associated infections and related complications are of extreme concern in the healthcare sector since biofilms generated over material surfaces not only create turbulence in the healthcare practices followed but also ruin the device performance, and increased medication, leading to...
The new sophisticated tissue engineering focused on producing nanocomposite with different morphologies for rapid tissue regeneration. In this case, utilizing nanotechnology with the incorporation of bio-based materials have achieved the interest of researchers. This research aims at developing...
Polyelectrolyte complexes (PECs) consist of a spontaneous assembly of oppositely charged polysaccharides. PECs can be used to obtain a hydrogel tissue scaffold in tissue culture. In this study, it is aimed to use PEC as a blood-brain barrier (BBB) model scaffold. By mixing polycationic chitosan...
Several polymers are used for the preparation of biomaterials as membranes and films for tissue engineering applications. The most common plasticizer is PEG to obtain polymer-based biomaterials. On the other hand, triacetin is a non-toxic, FDA-approved plasticizer mostly used in the food...
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