Saeedeh Mazinani

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Tissue engineering holds great promise to develop functional constructs resembling the structural organization of native tissues to improve or replace biological functions, with the ultimate goal of avoiding organ transplantation. In tissue engineering, cells are often seeded into artificial structures capable of supporting three-dimensional (3D) tissue(More)
Stabilization of graphene oxide (GO) in physiological solution is performed using hydroxyethyl cellulose (HEC) to make the resultant nanohybrid suitable for targeted drug delivery purposes. Short and long term stability of GO suspensions with different ionic strengths were assessed using ultraviolet-visible spectroscopy (UV-vis), atomic force microscopy(More)
In this work, polyacrylamide/multi-walled carbon nanotubes (MWCNT) solution is electrospun to nanocomposite nanofibrous membranes for acetylcholinesterase enzyme immobilization. A new method for enzyme immobilization is proposed, and the results of analysis show successful covalent bonding of enzymes on electrospun membrane surface besides their(More)
In this research, an attempt was made to stabilize reduced graphene oxide (rGO) in all pH ranges, incorporating both chitosan (CS) and hydroxyethyl cellulose (HEC) to make a proper drug carrier with suitable stability and drug release behaviour. The stability of rGO-CS-HEC nanohybrid was assessed using field emission scanning electron microscopy (FE-SEM),(More)
Here, we report the development of a new polyacrylamide (PAAm)/starch nanofibers' blend system and highlight its potential as substrate for efficient enzyme immobilization. PAAm was synthesized and blended with starch. The final blend was then electrospun into nanofibers. The response surface methodology was used to analyze the parameters that control(More)
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