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Hydrogels and biodegradable polymers for bioapplications
|Statement||Raphael M. Ottenbrite, Samuel J. Huang, Kinam Park, editors.|
|Series||ACS symposium series ;, 627|
|Contributions||Ottenbrite, Raphael M., Huang, Samuel J., 1937-, Park, Kinam., American Chemical Society. Meeting, American Chemical Society. Division of Polymer Chemistry. (Washington, D.C.)|
|LC Classifications||R857.P6 H96 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 268 p. :|
|Number of Pages||268|
|LC Control Number||96033785|
Abstract. Hydrogels are the foundation of regenerative medicine as a supportive matrix for cell immobilization and growth factor delivery. The fate of implanted cells is mediated by cell-matrix interaction at multiple scales and timed-release of growth factors to guide the differentiation and maturation of cells. Get this from a library! Hydrogels and biodegradable polymers for bioapplications: developed from a symposium sponsored by the Division of Polymer Chemistry, Inc., at the th National Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Washington, DC, August , [Raphael M Ottenbrite; Samuel J Huang; Kinam Park; American Chemical Society.
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Finch. Hydrogels made from natural polymers such as cellulose, sodium alginate, chitosan, dextran, gelatin, hyaluronic acid, and albumin possess inherent biocompatibility, biodegradability, and support cellular activities. Natural polymer-based hydrogels can be prepared. About this book Introduction It highlights the most important hydrogel materials, including physical hydrogels, chemical hydrogels, and nanohydrogels and explores the development of hydrogel-based novel materials that respond to external stimuli, such as temperature, pressure, pH, light, biochemicals or magnetism, which represent a new class of.
The two major classes of natural polymers forming hydrogels are (1) polysaccharides such as HA, alginate, and chitosan and (2) proteins such as collagen, gelatin, and lysozyme.
These hydrogels are biocompatible, biodegradable, and nontoxic. 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. Blog Google Scholar. Publications in Chronological Order Publications in Topics Book Chapters Books.
Park, K., Shalaby, S.W.S., and Park, H.: Biodegradable Hydrogels. natural polymer (i.e. degr adability and biocompatibility) the hydrogels Nanocomposite particles for bioapplications 12 prepared from this polysaccharide could be used as extracellular.
Hydrogels have many different applications in the field of regenerative medicine. Biodegradable, injectable hydrogels could be utilized as delivery systems, cell carriers, and scaffolds for tissue engineering. Injectable hydrogels are an appealing scaffold because they are structurally similar to the extracellular matrix of many tissues, can often be processed under relatively mild conditions.
Book Chapters 1) Park, K. and Robinson, J.R.: Polymer binding to epithelial cells, in Optimization of Drug Delivery, Bundgaard, H., Hansen, A.B., and Kofod, H., Eds. Offering nearly references more than the first edition-Polymeric Biomaterials, Second Edition is an up-to-the-minute source for plastics and biomedical engineers, polymer scientists, biochemists, molecular biologists, macromolecular chemists, pharmacists, cardiovascular and plastic surgeons, and graduate and medical students in these disciplines.4/5(1).
Section 3 discusses the surface characterization of degradable polymers, the modeling of biodegradation and non-medical polymers. This book is ideal for researchers from academia and industry as well as chemists, pharmacists and physicians who deal with biopolymers, drug delivery and targeting, bioengineering and implantable devices.
Zhang, Matteus, F. A., “Biodegradable Polymers,” in Polymeric K. Park, and Editors, Hydrogels and Biodegradable Polymers for Bioapplications. (Symposium at the th National Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Washington, DC, August 21–26, ). Engineering Symposium at the th American Chemical Society Nation.
Natural as well as synthetic hydrophilic polymers can be physically or chemically cross-linked in order to fabricate hydrogels. Their close similarity to living tissue opens up many prospects for. Bioapplications of Conducting Polymers, Conductive Hydrogels and Their Composites Herein, we provide a brief review of recent reports on the bioapplications of ICPs, CPHs and their composites.
Currently, these materials have unlimited applicability, and we have limited our discussion to three areas in which it seems that the use of ICPs is. "In its 20 chapters, devoted to hydrogel biodegradation and bioapplications, structured into three parts, the book under review includes the original papers presented at the th National Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Washington, D.C., AugustFormat: Hardcover.
Hydrogels and biodegradable polymers for bioapplications. Responsibility Raphael M. Ottenbrite, Samuel J. Huang, Kinam Park, editors. The book also looks at applications of biomaterials and hydrogels. (source: Nielsen Book Data) Subjects. Subject Polymers in "Developed from a symposium sponsored by the Division of Polymer Chemistry, Inc.
Hydrogels are water-swollen three-dimensional polymeric networks that have been investigated by researchers due to their exceptionally promising potential in a wide range of applications, such as drug delivery, 1–3 sealing, 4–6 tissue engineering, 7–9 actuators, 10–12 etc.
Compared to the corresponding bulk polymer films, hydrogels with.Handbook of Biodegradable Polymers, the seventh volume in the Drug Delivery and Targeting book series, provides a source manual for synthetic procedures, properties and applications of bioerodible polymers.
The authors describe widely available materials such as polyactides, collagen and gelatin, as well as polymers of emerging importance, such as the genetically-engineered and elastin-based /5(2).Publications.
Books Park, K., Shalaby, S.W.S., and Park, H.: Biodegradable Hydrogels for Drug Delivery, Technomic Publishing Co., Inc., Lancaster, PA,pages.