2 edition of Chitosan-based hydrogels found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Kangde Yao ... [et al.].|
|LC Classifications||TP248.65.C55 C546 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 511 p. :|
|Number of Pages||511|
|LC Control Number||2011293853|
The QCSP3/PEGS-FA hydrogel showed the significantly better effect of wound healing than the commercial film dressing due to the synergistic effect between quaternized chitosan and polyaniline. In addition, the chitosan-based hydrogels encapsulated antibacterial drugs or polyamino acid are excellent candidates as wound dressings. Formation of chitosan-based hydrogels network / Yuji Yin and Junjie Li Environment-stimuli response of chitosan-based hydrogels / Junjie Li and Fanglian Yao Chitosan-based gels for the drug delivery system / Jin Zhao Application of chitosan-based gels in pharmaceuticals / Yuliang Xiao, Jiangfeng Zhu, and Lianyin Zheng
Chitosan-Based Hydrogels: Functions and Applications - Ebook written by Kangde Yao, Junjie Li, Fanglian Yao, Yuji Yin. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Chitosan-Based Hydrogels: Functions and Applications. (). The rheology of hydrogels based on chitosan–gelatin (bio)polyelectrolyte complexes. Journal of Dispersion Science and Technology: Vol. 38, No. 10, pp.
Chitosan-based hydrogel beads are solid, spherical, micron- or nano-sized drug carrier particles constituting a matrix type of structure. SEM micrographs of external and internal structures of pure chitosan beads crosslinked with glutaraldehyde are shown in Fig. 2. The drug may be either absorbed in the spherical beads or entrapped within them. Chitosan based hydrogels and their applications for drug delivery in wound dressings: A review. Hamedi H(1), Moradi S(1), Hudson SM(1), Tonelli AE(2). Author information: (1)Textile Engineering Chemistry and Science, Fiber & Polymer Science Program, College of Textiles, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, North Carolina , United.
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The book introduces the formation and chemical structure of chitosan-based hydrogels. It also discusses the relationship between their structure and functions, which provides a theoretical basis for the design of biomaterials.
In addition, many real-world examples illustrate the potential application of chitosan-based hydrogels in various areas. Exploring the state of the field, Chitosan-Based Hydrogels: Functions and Applications details the latest progress in the research and development of chitosan-based biomaterials.
The book introduces the formation and chemical structure of chitosan-based hydrogels. It also discusses the relationship between their structure and functions, which. Due to their unique properties, chitosan-based materials have emerged as useful resources in a variety of medicines, drug controlled-release carriers, tissue engineering scaffolds, and immobilized enzymes.
But many of these materials have yet to reach the commercial market. Therefore, more work must be completed to fill the gap between research andReviews: 1. Hydrogels are cross‐linked polymeric networks that can retain a moisture environment and mimic human soft tissues. Chitosan, a linear polysaccharide with pH‐responsive self‐assembling properties, is an attractive candidate for hydrogel construction owing to the existence of intrinsic intermolecular Chitosan-based hydrogels book intramolecular hydrogen bonds and versatile reactive amino by: 1.
This study suggests that the hydrogel microspheres prepared from chitosan‐based polymers can be useful in the delivery of indomethacin‐like drugs (Zhang et al., ). Additional drug-loaded chitosan hydrogels reported for wound dressing applications are presented in Table by: Formation of Chitosan-Based Hydrogels Network / Junjie Li -- 5.
Environment -- Stimuli Response of Chitosan-Based Hydrogels / Fanglian Yao -- 6. Chitosan-Based Gels for the Drug Delivery System / Jin Zhao -- 7. Application of Chitosan-Based Gels in Pharmaceuticals / Lianyin Zheng -- 8. Enzyme Immobilization on Chitosan-Based Supports / Kang. Hydrogels based on CS and Ag nanoparticles were proved to be efficient restructuration of epithelium Chitosan-based hydrogels book collagen deposition, effectively accelerating the wound healing.
CS hydrogel was prepared by the freeze-thawing process using the system LiOH:KOH:urea:H 2 O as solvent. In this case, the Ag nanoparticles worked as both fillers for improving Cited by: 5. Kuroiwa T, Takada H, Shogen A, Saito K, Kobayashi I, Uemura K, Kanazawa A () Cross-linkable chitosan-based hydrogel microbeads with pH-responsive adsorption properties for organic dyes prepared using size-tunable microchannel emulsification technique.
Colloids Surf A Physicochem Eng Asp –Author: Janaina Oliveira Gonçalves, Vanessa Mendonça Esquerdo, Tito Roberto Sant’Anna CadavalJr, Luiz Antoni. Hydrogel based scaffolds for neural tissue engineering can provide appropriate physico-chemical and mechanical properties to support neurite extension and facilitate transplantation of cells by acting as ‘ cell delivery vehicles’.
Specifically, in situ gelling systems such as photocrosslinkable hydrogels can potentially conformally fill irregular neural tissue defects and serve as stem.
Next, attention will be drawn to preparation of chitosan-based hydrogels via chitosan crosslinking. Both chemical and physical crosslinking methods will be considered with special emphasis on comparison between the two crosslinking methods and recent advancements.
The book introduces the formation and chemical structure of chitosan-based hydrogels. It also discusses the relationship between their structure and functions, which provides a theoretical basis for the design of biomaterials. In addition, many real-world examples illustrate the potential application of chitosan-based hydrogels in various areas Manufacturer: CRC Press.
Hydrogels have existed for more than half a century, and today they have many applications in various processes ranging from industrial to biological. There are numerous original papers, reviews, and monographs focused on the synthesis, properties, and applications of hydrogels.
This chapter covers the fundamental aspects and several applications of hydrogels based on the old. Chitosan-Based Hydrogels.
DOI link for Chitosan-Based Hydrogels. Chitosan-Based Hydrogels book. Functions and Applications. Chitosan-Based Hydrogels. DOI link for Chitosan-Based Hydrogels. Chitosan-Based Hydrogels book. Functions and Applications. Edited By Kangde Yao, Junjie Li, Fanglian Yao, Yuji Yin.
Edition 1st Edition. First Published Cited by: drug delivery, hydrogels can be utilized to localize drugs, increase drugs concentration at the site of action and consequently reduce off-targeted side effects.
The current review aims to describe and classify hydrogels and their methods of production. The main highlight is chitosan-based hydrogels as biocompatible and. Fundamentals of chitosan-based hydrogels: elaboration and characterization techniques 4.
Bioreabsorbable polymers for tissue engineering: PLA, PGA, and their copolymers 5. Technological challenges and advances: from lactic acid to polylactate and copolymers 6. PLGA scaffolds: building blocks for new age therapeutics 7. The design of chitosan-based hydrogels considered the parameters that influence the formation of the cross-linked polymeric networks.
A schematic illustration of the hydrogel preparation is illustrated in Figure 1. In the first stage, chitosan was chemically modified with citraconic anhydride. Self‐Actuated Shape Memory Hydrogels Chitosan‐Based Hydrogels with Triple Shape Memory Effect Superabsorbent Chitosan‐Based Hydrogels Cross‐Linked Chitosan‐Based Hydrogels Hydrogels by Graft Copolymerization Chitosan‐Based Composite Hydrogels Pure Chitosan‐Based.
By examining the structure and functions of chitosan-based hydrogels in living systems, this book provides the foundation for future research. It encourages readers to contribute to further research and development of these unique biomaterials.
\/span>\"@ en \/a>. Chitosan-based hydrogels as smart biomaterials are used in biomedical applications, such as drug delivery, tissue engineering, wound dressing, and biosensors .
Chitosan Based Biomaterials: Fundamentals, Volume 1, provides the latest information on chitosan, a natural polymer derived from the marine material chitin. Chitosan displays unique properties, most notably biocompatibility and biodegradability.
It can also be easily tuned to modify its structure or properties, making chitosan an excellent candidate as a biomaterial. In this work, synthesis and investigations on chitosan-based hydrogels modified with Aloe vera juice are presented.
These materials were synthesized by UV radiation. Investigations involved analysis of chemical structure by FTIR spectroscopy, sorption properties in physiological liquids, strength properties by texture analyzer, surface topography by Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM technique), and.
Chitosan (CS) has generated considerable interest for its desirable properties and wide applications. Hydrogel has been proven to be a major and vital form in the applications of CS materials.Chitosan-based hydrogels are applicable in the removal of heavy metal ions due to the presence of multiple amino (NH 2) and hydroxyl (OH) groups in their structure.