Intermolecular complexation and phase separation in aqueous solutions of oppositely charged biopolymers.
pH-induced coacervation in complexes of bovine serum albumin and cationic polyelectrolytes.
It is concluded that the formation of soluble primary protein-polymer complexes is initiated at pHcrit and proceeds until "pH'crit", and a maximum in scattering intensity at pH phi is observed coincident with the appearance of turbidity and also corresponding to the first microscopic observation of coacervate droplets.
Effect of molecular weight heterogeneity on drug encapsulation efficiency of gelatin nano-particles.
Sorbitan Ester Organogels for Transdermal Delivery of Sumatriptan
- K. K. Upadhyay, C. Tiwari, A. Khopade, H. Bohidar, Sanjay K. Jain
- ChemistryDrug Development and Industrial Pharmacy
- 1 January 2007
Fractal dimension values calculated for different compositions suggested that the density of the tubular network increases with increasing drug concentration in OGs, indicating potential of OG as a reservoir system for transdermal drug delivery.
Complex coacervation in charge complementary biopolymers: Electrostatic versus surface patch binding.
Kinetics of coacervation transition versus nanoparticle formation in chitosan-sodium tripolyphosphate solutions.
Polymer gels : fundamentals and applications
A comparison study of Gel Network Development in AB, ABA, and AB/ABA Block Copolymer Solutions in a Selective Solvent and the Effect of Hydrophobicity on the Viscoelastic Creep Characteristics of Poly(ethylene glycol)-Acrylate Hydrogels.
Hydrodynamic properties of gelatin in dilute solutions.
- H. Bohidar
- Materials ScienceInternational Journal of Biological…
- 1 July 1998
Carbon dots-modified chitosan based electrochemical biosensing platform for detection of vitamin D.
Kinetics of sol–gel transition in thermoreversible gelation of gelatin
The sol–gel transition in dilute gels of gelatin are studied by differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) and static light scattering techniques. The sol–gel phase diagram clearly shows the existence…