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Biorelated polymers and gels: controlled release and applications in biomedical engineering. [Teruo Okano;]. Biorelated Polymers and Gels: Controlled Releases and Applications in Biomedical Engineering Polymers, Interfaces and Biomaterials: : Okano, Teruo: Books.
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Chain length recognition: Core-shell supramolecular assembly from Cited by: Biopolymer gels Allan H Clark Principal achievements in the field of biopolymer gels include developments of scattering and microscopical approaches, integration of structural and rheological techniques in the study of gelation kinetics, exploitation of mean field theories, and the pursuit of new simulation methods.
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Okano (ed.), Academic Press, New York,pages Nicholas Peppas Page Many research teams are involved in the field of gels, including theoreticians, experimentalists and chemical engineers, but this interdisciplinary book collates and rationalises the many different points of view to provide a clear understanding of these complex systems for researchers and graduate by: Book Description.
Biorelated Polymers and Gels: Controlled Release and Applications in Biomedical Engineering (Series in Polymers, Interfaces, and Biomaterials) by Teruo Okano(Editor).
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Okano (ed.), Academic Press, New York,pages. This is an exceptional contribution by Professor Okano and associates. Polymers with New Designs Polyether-Based Lipids Synthesized with an Epoxide Construction Kit: Multivalent Architectures for Functional Liposomes Sophie S. Müller. Read "Bio-Based Polymers and Composites" by Richard Wool, Ph.D.
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aggregate agglomerate Scrambled auto-assembly of otherwise isolated single molecules or particles. Note 1: Adapted from definitions in. Physical Gels from Biological and Synthetic Polymers Presenting aunique perspectiveonthe state-of-the-art ofphysical gels,this interdiscipli-nary guide provides a complete, critical analysis of the ﬁeld and highlights recent developments.
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The use and importance of biomedical polymers, especially in pharmacology, is growing rapidly. The Journal of Bioactive and Compatible Polymers is a fully peer-reviewed scholarly journal that provides biomedical polymer scientists and researchers with new information on important advances in this field.
Examples of specific areas of interest to the journal include: polymeric. Polymer gels They have the ability to reversibly swell or shrink (up to times in volume) due to small changes in their environment (pH, temperature, electric field).
Micro sized gel fibres contract in milliseconds, while thick polymers layers require minutes to react (up to 2. A special property that was reported for some polymers and gels is an ability to reduce permeability to water much more than that to oil or gas.
In Ref. 18, we demonstrated that this property is of value only when zones with high hydrocarbon saturation are distinct from the offending water-producing zones. In other words, this “disproportionate permeability reduction”. gels were formulated using cellulose polymers, the gel when applied over the skin form a continuous film releasing drug at a controlled speed.
The concentrations of the cellulose polymers and humectants were varied and their effects on the physicochemical parameters of. This review describes recent progresses in the development and applications of smart polymeric gels, especially in the context of biomedical devices.
The review has been organized into three separate sections: defining the basis of smart properties in polymeric gels; describing representative stimuli to which these gels respond; and Cited by: For the gels formed from cyclic polymers, however, the GF, Q, and G all simultaneously increased as C 0 increased at the higher range.
Furthermore, at the same preparation state (same C 0), the swelling ability and the maximum strain at break of the gels formed from cyclic polymers were. Physical gels from biological and synthetic polymers / Madeleine Djabourov, Ecole Superieure de Physique et de Chimie Industrielles de la Ville de Paris, Katsuyoshi Nishinari, Osaka City University, Japan, Simon B.
Ross-Murphy, University of Manchester. pages cm Includes bibliographical references. ISBN (hardback) 1. Polymer. Author(s): Okano,Teruo Title(s): Biorelated polymers and gels: controlled release and applications in biomedical engineering/ edited by Teruo Okano. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Boston: Academic Press, c A novel class of nanocomposite hydrogels (NC gels) with a unique organic / inorganic network structure was synthesized by in-situ free-radical polymerization of N-isopropylacrylamide (NIPA) or N,N-dimethylacrylamide (DMAA) in the presence of inorganic clay (hectorite).
Since NC gels are composed of a unique organic / inorganic network structure, which consists of exfoliated Cited by: 5.
A nanoparticle or ultrafine particle is usually defined as a particle of matter that is between 1 and nanometres (nm) in diameter. The term is sometimes used for larger particles, up to nm,  or fibers and tubes that are less than nm in only two directions.
Nanoparticles are usually distinguished from "fine particles", sized between and nm. Gels for drug delivery purposes 11 Clearance and residence time 11 Drug release from gels 12 Environmentally responsive polymers 12 Bioadhesion and Mucoadhesion 13 Definitions 13 From bioadhesive tablets to lectin-mediated binding 13 Mechanisms involved in the mucoadhesion process.
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