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The effect of biomimetic coating and cuttlebone microparticle reinforcement on the osteoconductive properties of cellulose-based scaffolds
Polymer-based scaffolds have already gained popularity in many biomedical applications due to convenient routes for fabrication and favourable structural, physicochemical and functional characteristics. However, polymeric ...
A novel bilayer zein/MMT nanocomposite incorporated with H. perforatum oil for wound healing
Recently, layered structures composed of nanofibers have gained attention as a novel material to mimic skin tissue in wound healing applications. The aim of this study is to develop a novel hybrid bilayer material composed ...
Osteoconductive 3D porous composite scaffold from regenerated cellulose and cuttlebone-derived hydroxyapatite
(Sage Publications Ltd, 2019)
Recently, usage of marine-derived materials in biomedical field has come into prominence due to their promising characteristics such as biocompatibility, low immunogenicity and wide accessibility. Among these marine sources, ...
Novel phytochemical Cissus quadrangularis extract-loaded chitosan/Na-carboxymethyl cellulose-based scaffolds for bone regeneration
(Sage Publications Ltd, 2018)
Medicinal plants are attracting considerable interest as a potential therapeutic agent for bone tissue regeneration. Cissus quadrangularis L. is also a medicinal plant known with its osteogenic activity. In this study, a ...