A. KeshavNarayan
SRM University
Surface modificationSulfationChemistryBiopolymerChitosanBone regenerationChemical engineeringDepolymerizationTissue engineeringPolymer
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Last. Nagarajan Selvamurugan (SRM University)H-Index: 59
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Critical-sized bone defects treated with biomaterials offer an efficient alternative to traditional methods involving surgical reconstruction, allografts, and metal implants. Chitosan, a natural biopolymer is widely studied for bone regeneration applications owing to its tunable chemical and biological properties. However, the potential of chitosan to repair bone defects is limited due to its water insolubility, faster in vivo depolymerization, hemo-incompatibility, and weak antimicrobial proper...
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#1R. LogithKumarH-Index: 1
#2A. KeshavNarayanH-Index: 1
Last. Nagarajan SelvamuruganH-Index: 59
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