An in-situ fabrication of bamboo bacterial cellulose/sodium alginate nanocomposite hydrogels as carrier materials for controlled protein drug delivery

Volume: 170, Pages: 459 - 468
Published: Feb 1, 2021
Abstract
Sodium alginate-bacterial cellulose (SA-BC) is a nanocomposite hydrogel with multi-layered porous surfaces fabricated using an in-situ biosynthesis modification method. The enzymatic hydrolysate (EH) of glycerol-pretreated Moso bamboo (MBEH) was the carbon source for glucose substitution to generate SA-bamboo-BC. SA, a natural biological polysaccharide, was combined with BC at dosages of 0.25%, 0.5%, 0.75% and 1% through hydrogen bonding....
Paper Details
Title
An in-situ fabrication of bamboo bacterial cellulose/sodium alginate nanocomposite hydrogels as carrier materials for controlled protein drug delivery
Published Date
Feb 1, 2021
Volume
170
Pages
459 - 468
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