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Investigation of drug release and matrix degradation of electrospun poly(DL-lactide) fibers with paracetanol inoculation.
The specific degradation profile and adjustable drug release behaviors by variation of fiber characteristics made the electrospun nonwoven mat a potential drug delivery system rather than polymer films and particles. Expand
Promotion of skin regeneration in diabetic rats by electrospun core-sheath fibers loaded with basic fibroblast growth factor.
The potential use of bFGF-loaded electrospun fibrous mats to rapidly restore the structural and functional properties of wounded skin for patients with diabetic mellitus is demonstrated. Expand
Synthesis and characterization of biocompatible Fe3O4 nanoparticles.
The results showed that the Fe3O4 nanoparticles coating by sodium oleate had a better biocompatibility, better magnetic properties, easier washing, lower cost, and better dispersion than the magnetite nanoparticles coated by PEG. Expand
Progress in redox flow batteries, remaining challenges and their applications in energy storage
Redox flow batteries, which have been developed over the last 40 years, are used to store energy on the medium to large scale, particularly in applications such as load levelling, power qualityExpand
Prospects for alkaline zero gap water electrolysers for hydrogen production
This review makes the case for cheaper and more efficient water electrolysis technology. In particular, the potential advantages of zero gap, alkaline water electrolysers based on hydroxide ionExpand
Osteoblast function on electrically conductive electrospun PLA/MWCNTs nanofibers.
The electrospinning process was utilized successfully to fabricate random oriented and aligned electrically conductive nanofibers of biodegradable poly-DL-lactide (PLA) in which multiwalled carbon nanotubes (MWCNTs) were embedded to study the synergistic effect of topographic cues and electrical stimulation on osteoblasts outgrowth as a way of exploring their potential application in bone tissue engineering. Expand
Electrospun fibrous mats with high porosity as potential scaffolds for skin tissue engineering.
It is supposed that highly porous electrospun fibrous scaffolds could be constructed by this elaboration and may be used for skin tissue engineering. Expand
Release pattern and structural integrity of lysozyme encapsulated in core-sheath structured poly(DL-lactide) ultrafine fibers prepared by emulsion electrospinning.
Electron microscopy and laser confocal scanning microscopy images demonstrated that the fibrous mats were very porous with integrally core-shell structured, bead-free, and randomly arrayed fibers, which can pronouncedly alleviate the initial burst release and improve the sustainability of ultrafine fiber-based releasing devices. Expand
Evaluation of electrospun fibrous scaffolds of poly(dl-lactide) and poly(ethylene glycol) for skin tissue engineering
This study is derived from the innate concerns of electrospun poly(DL-lactide) (PDLLA) fibers as tissue engineering scaffolds: hydrophobic surface, surface erosion and dimensional shrinkage, whichExpand
Labeling the defects of single-walled carbon nanotubes using titanium dioxide nanoparticles
We describe here a new method for labeling the defects of single-walled carbon nanotubes (SWNTs) using TiO2 nanoparticles as markers. SWNTs were prepared by chemical vapor deposition, and diluteExpand