Search Results

1 - 10 of 46 items :

  • regenerated blends x
Clear All

References [1] Lenzing.The Global Fiber Market in 2016 [2] Bellon-Maurel, V., Peters, G.M., Clermidy, S., Frizarin, G., Sinfort, C., et al. (2015). Streamlining life cycle inventory data generation in agriculture using traceability data and information and communication technologies–part II: application to viticulture, Journal of cleaner production, 87(119-129. [3] Kayseri, G.O., Bozdogan, F. and Hes, L. (2010). Performance properties of regenerated cellulose fibers, Tekstil ve Konfeksiyon

/cotton woven fabrics. Fibres & Textiles in Eastern Europe, 2011. 19: p. 47-52. [18] Erdumlu, N. and B. Ozipek, Investigation of regenerated bamboo fibre and yarn characteristics. Fibres & Textiles in Eastern Europe, 2008. 16(4): p. 69. [19] Chidambaram, P. and R. Govindan, Influence of blend ratio on thermal properties of bamboo/cotton blended woven fabrics. Silpakorn U Science & Technology Journal, 2012. 6(2): p. 49-55. [20] Ahmad, I., et al., Quality parameters analysis of ring spun yarns made from different blends of bamboo and cotton fibres. Journal of Quality and

] Burger, C., Hsiao, B.S., Chu, B., (2006). Nanofibrous materials and their applications, Annu. Rev. Mater. Res., 36, 333-368 [27] Ionescu, L.C., Lee, G. C., Sennett, B.J., Burdick, J.A., Mauck, R.L., (2010). An anisotropic nanofiber/microsphere composite with controlled release of biomolecules for fibrous tissue engineering. Biomaterials, 31, 4113-4120 [28] Liu, W., Thomopoulos, S., Xia, Y., (2012). Electrospun Nanofibers for Regenerative Medicine. Adv. Healthcare Mater. 1, 10-25 [29] Lim, L.-T., Auras, R., Rubino, M., (2008). Processing technologies for poly

., Weiss, J. (2009). Electrospinning of chitosan–poly (ethylene oxide) blend nanofibers in the presence of micellar surfactant solutions. Polymer, 50(1), 189-200 [50] Qasim, S. B., Najeeb, S., Delaine-Smith, R. M., Rawlinson, A., Rehman, I. U. (2017). Potential of electrospun chitosan fibers as a surface layer in functionally graded GTR membrane for periodontal regeneration. Dental Materials, 33(1), p. 71-83. [51] Feng, Z. Q., Leach, M. K., Chu, X. H., Wang, Y. C., Tian, T., Shi, X. L.,... Gu, Z. Z. (2010). Electrospun chitosan nanofibers for hepatocyte culture. Journal

Engineering. 2013 (2013), DOI:10.1155/2013/932636. [7] Goktepe, F., Mulayim, B. B. (2018). Long path towards to success in electrospun nanofiber yarn production since 1930’s: a critical review. Autex Research Journal, 2(18), 87-109. [8] Lee, K. Y., Jeong, L., kang, Y. O., Lee, S. J., Park, W. H. (2009). Electrospinning of polysaccharides for regenerative medicine. Advanced Drug Delivery Reviews, 51, 1020-1032. [9] Adomavičiūtė, E., Milašius, R., Žemaitaitis, A., Bendoraitienė, J., Leskovšek, M., Demšar, A. (2009). Methods of forming nanofibres from bicomponent PVA

REFERENCES [1] Sharma V, Mobin SM. Cytocompatible peroxidase mimic CuO:graphenenanosphere composite as colorimetric dual sensor for hydrogen peroxide and cholesterol with its logic gate implementation.Sensors and Actuators, B: Chemical 2017; 240:338-348. [2] Davachi S.M., Shiroud Heidari B, Hejazi I, Seyfi J, Oliaei E., Farzaneh A, Rashedi H. Interface modified polylactic acid/starch/poly ε-caprolactone antibacterial nanocomposite blends for medical applications. Carbohydrate Polymers 2017; 155:336-344 [3] Mahmoudi N, Simchi A. On the biological performance of

. 31, 682–689. DOI: 10.1007/s00268-006-0731-z 3. Tamura N, Nakamura T, Terai H, et al. (2003). A new acellular vascular prosthesis as a scaffold for host tissue regeneration. Int J Artif Organs . 26(9), 783–792. 4. Jun HW, Taite LJ, West JL. (2005). Nitric oxide-producing polyurethanes. Biomacromolecules . 6(2), 838–844. DOI: 10.1021/bm049419y 5. Fleser PS, Nuthakki VK, Malinzak LE, et al. (2004). Nitric oxide-releasing biopolymers inhibit thrombus formation in a sheep model of arteriovenous bridge grafts. J Vasc Surg . 40(4), 803–811. DOI:10.1016/j. jvs.2004

thermal resistance of polyester/cotton blended interlock knitted fabrics. In: International Journal of Thermal Sciences, 2014, vol. 85, pp. 40-46 [8] Cimilli, S., Nergis, B. U. and Candan, C. A comparative study of some comfort related properties of socks of different fiber types. In: Textile Research Journal, 2010, vol. 80, issue 10, pp. 948-957 [9] Schneider, A. M., Hoschke, B. N. and Goldsmid, H. J. Heat transfer through moist fabrics. In: Textile Research Journal, 1992, vol. 62, issue 2, pp. 61-66 [10] Wan, X., Fan, J. and Wu, H. Measurement of thermal radiation

and chitin-cellulose blended fibre at a solid state, Carbohydrate Polymers, Vol. 41, p. 175-179, 2000. [5] El-Tahlawy, K., Hudson, S. M.: Chitosan: Aspects of fiber spinnability, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, Vol. 100, No 2, p. 1162-1168, 2006. [6] Pillai, C.K.S., Paul, W., Sharma, C. P.: Chitin and chitosan polymers: Chemistry, solubility and fiber formation, Progress in Polymer Science, Vol. 34, No 7, p. 641-678, 2009. [7] Notin, L., Viton, C., David, L., Alcouffe, P., Rochas, P., Domard, A.: Morphology and mechanical properties of chitosan fibers

References 1. Vindigni V, Cortivo R, Iacobellis L, Abatangelo G, Zavan B. Hyaluronan benzyl ester as a scaffold for tissue engineering. Int J Mol Sci. 2009; 10:2972-85. 2. Mistry AS, Mikos AG. Tissue engineering strategies for bone regeneration. Adv Biochem Engin/Biotechnol. 2005; 94:1-22. 3. Tan Q, Steiner R, Hoerstrup SP, Weder W. Tissueengineered trachea: history, problems and the future. Eur J Cardiothorac Surg. 2006; 30:782-6. 4. Liu X, Ma PX. Polymeric scaffolds for bone tissue engineering. Ann Biomed Eng. 2004; 32:477-86. 5. Tabata Y. Recent progress in