Shilpa Pal

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There is an increasing demand for new versatile biomaterials. Silk is reported by many researchers as an ideal biomaterial for different biomedical applications. Most of the studies are carried out on mulberry silk Bombyx mori, however silk from Indian non-mulberry silkworms are relatively unexplored. In this report we fabricate 2D matrices from the(More)
Silk protein sericins, in the recent years, find application in cosmetics and pharmaceuticals and as biomaterials. We investigate the potential of sericin, extracted from both mulberry Bombyx mori and different non-mulberry sources, namely, tropical tasar, Antheraea mylitta; muga, Antheraea assama; and eri, Samia ricini, as growth supplement in serum-free(More)
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