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PVA/Gluten Hybrid Nanofibers for Removal of Nanoparticles from Water
- Brahatheeswaran Dhandayuthapani, Ramakrishna Mallampati, Deepa Sriramulu, R. Dsouza, S. Valiyaveettil
- 18 February 2014
Recent developments in nanotechnology led to the incorporation of many nanomaterials into consumer products. Disposal of such products will lead to potential contamination of the environment.… Expand
Biomimetic smart nanocomposite: in vitro biological evaluation of zein electrospun fluorescent nanofiber encapsulated CdS quantum dots.
- Brahatheeswaran Dhandayuthapani, A. C. Poulose, +4 authors D. S. Kumar
- Materials Science, Medicine
- 1 June 2012
New hybrid quantum dot (QD)/nanofibers have potential applications in a variety of fields. A novel fluorescent nanocomposite nanofiber material, consisting of CdS and zein has been fabricated through… Expand
Biocompatible nanofibers based on extremophilic bacterial polysaccharide, Mauran from Halomonas maura.
- S. Raveendran, Brahatheeswaran Dhandayuthapani, Yutaka Nagaoka, Yasuhiko Yoshida, T. Maekawa, D. Sakthi Kumar
- Chemistry, Medicine
- Carbohydrate polymers
- 15 February 2013
Extremophilic bacterial polysaccharide based biocompatible nanofibers were produced for the first time via electrospinning technique. Mauran (MR), an extremophilic sulfated exopolysaccharide was… Expand
Biomaterials for Biomedical Applications
Advanced hybrid electrospun nanofibrous scaffolds for biomedical applications
- Brahatheeswaran Dhandayuthapani
- Materials Science
Sustainable Bioresource, Silk at the Nanoscale for Biomedical Applications
Abstract Christened as the “queen of textile,” silk (a proteinaceous biopolymer) has etched an indelible mark on the canvas of biomedical applications. The innate features of biocompatibility,… Expand