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Controlled release profile of 5-fluorouracil loaded P(AAM-co-NVP-co-DEAEMA) microgel prepared via free radical precipitation polymerization
A new microgel was prepared by free radical precipitation polymerization of acrylamide (AAM), 1-vinyl-2-pyrrolidone (NVP) and 2-(diethylamino)ethyl methacrylate (DEAEMA) to be used for the controlled drug release. The ...
Synthesis of Ion-imprinted alginate based beads: selective adsorption behavior of nickel (II) Ions
Ni(II) imprinted and non-imprinted bioadsorbent alginate beads were prepared, and utilized in the selective adsorption of Ni(II) ions. The optimum adsorption capacity were 6.00mmolg(-1) at 500ppm initial metal ion concentration ...
Aloe vera-based antibacterial porous sponges for wound dressing applications
The antibacterial sponges with high macroporosity, high interconnectivity and high biocompatibility is a significant concern for wound healing applications. In this work, novel Aloe vera (AV) based sponges were developed ...
Advancements and future directions in the antibacterial wound dressings - a review
Wound repair is a complex process that has not been entirely understood. It can conclude in several irregularities. Hence, designing an appropriate wound dressing that can accelerate the healing period is critical. Infections, ...
Boric acid-impregnated silk fibroin/gelatin/hyaluronic acid-based films for improving the wound healing process
(Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 2021)
Recently, with the progression in wound dressings, the importance of the biocompatible material with enhanced features for potential applications in the biomedical field has been more developed. Current strategies focus ...
Development of mucoadhesive modified kappa-carrageenan/pectin patches for controlled delivery of drug in the buccal cavity
In this study, modified kappa-carrageenan/pectin hydrogel patches were fabricated for treatment of buccal fungal infections. For this purpose, kappa-carrageenan-g-acrylic acid was modified with different thiolated agents ...