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Yerba mate extract in microfibrillated cellulose and corn starch films as a potential wound healing bandage
Microfibrillated cellulose films have been gathering considerable attention due to their high mechanical properties and cheap cost. Additionally, it is possible to include compounds within the fibrillated structure in ...
Microfibrillated cellulose films containing chitosan and tannic acid for wound healing applications
The effectiveness of tannic acid as antimicrobial and wound healing for burns have been shown for a century; however, uncontrolled target dosage may result in undesirable side-effects. Remarkably, tannic acid polyphenols ...
Characterization of gels and films produced from Pinhão seed coat nanocellulose as a potential use for wound healing dressings and screening of Its compounds towards antitumour effects
The reuse of agro-industrial waste assumes great importance today. Pinhão is the seed of Araucaria angustifolia, which is native to the mountains of southern Brazil, Paraguay, and Argentina. The coat is a by-product of ...
The production of a novel poly(vinyl alcohol) hydrogel cryogenic spheres for immediate release using a droplet system.
(IOP Science, 2019-06-05)
Although freeze-thaw mechanism for producing crosslinked hydrogels is relatively easy and simple, it lacks sufficient integrity and support leading to modifications on its three-dimensional polymeric network arrangement ...