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(RADA)4 Self-Assembling Peptide based Hydrogels: Design, Characterization and In-Vitro Biological EvaluationDownload
Ionic self-assembling peptides have emerged as promising nano-biomaterials, with direct applications in the fields of bioengineering and applicative medicine. (RADA)4 is a self-assembling 16 residue containing peptide, with alternating hydrophobic and hydrophilic residues. This characteristic...
Recent technological advancements in the field of neural recording and decoding have changed the landscape of neural prostheses. However, a lack of biocompatible electrodes for long-term neural recording resulting in loss of electrode functionality is currently a major limiting factor for...
Owing to the bio-inert nature of load-bearing alloys and the brittle nature of bioactive materials there is a need to develop a composite bioactive material suitable for load-bearing applications. To fulfill this need, a new composite coating of a load-bearing alloy and a resorbable bioactive...
Food protein-stabilized nanoemulsions as potential delivery systems for poorly water-soluble drugs: Preparation, in vitro characterization and pharmacokinetics in ratsDownload
Nanoemulsions stabilized by traditional emulsifiers raise toxicological concerns for long-term treatment. The present work investigates the potential of food proteins as safer stabilizers for nanoemulsions to deliver hydrophobic drugs. Nanoemulsions stabilized by food proteins (soybean protein...
Surface modification of zirconium implants via electrochemical anodization and wet chemical techniquesDownload
Metals such as titanium (Ti) and zirconium (Zr) have been widely applied in the orthopaedic and orthodontic field for construction of joint replacement prostheses and teeth implants due to their lower cytotoxicity, excellent mechanical properties, and corrosion resistance. However, the current...