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ASSEMBLY OF MULTICOMPONENT PROTEIN FILMS BY MEANS OF ELECTROSTATIC LAYER-BY-LAYER ADSORPTION
Multilayer films which contain ordered layers of more than one protein species were assembled by means of altemate electrostatic adsorption mostly with positively charged poly(ethy1enimine) (PEI) orExpand
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In-vitro release characteristics of tetracycline HCl, khellin and nicotinamide adenine dineculeotide from halloysite; a cylindrical mineral.
The use of halloysite clay as a low cost alternative to more traditional microencapsulation systems is reported. Halloysite is an alumino-silicate clay which demonstrates a predominately cylindricalExpand
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Halloysite clay nanotubes for controlled release of protective agents.
  • E. Abdullayev, Y. Lvov
  • Medicine, Materials Science
  • Journal of nanoscience and nanotechnology
  • 1 November 2011
Halloysite is a naturally occurring clay mineral with submicron sized hollow cylindrical morphology. Halloysite morphology, structure and properties were characterized by using SEM, TEM, XRD, FT-IRExpand
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Direct Electrochemistry of Myoglobin and Cytochrome P450cam in Alternate Layer-by-Layer Films with DNA and Other Polyions
Alternate layer-by-layer polyion adsorption onto gold electrodes coated with chemisorbed mercaptopropanesulfonic acid gave stable, electroactive multilayer films containing the proteins myoglobin andExpand
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Functional polymer–clay nanotube composites with sustained release of chemical agents
Abstract Natural halloysite clay nanotubes are described as inorganic reinforcing materials for polymers. Loading these tubes’ 15-nm diameter lumens with chemical agents, including bioactiveExpand
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Enlargement of halloysite clay nanotube lumen by selective etching of aluminum oxide.
Halloysite clay tubes have 50 nm diameter and chemically different inner and outer walls (inner surface of aluminum oxide and outer surface of silica). Due to this different chemistry, the selectiveExpand
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Layer-by-Layer-Coated Gelatin Nanoparticles as a Vehicle for Delivery of Natural Polyphenols.
Natural polyphenols with previously demonstrated anticancer potential, epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG), tannic acid, curcumin, and theaflavin, were encased into gelatin-based 200 nm nanoparticlesExpand
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CLAY NANOTUBES FOR ENCAPSULATION AND SUSTAINED RELEASE OF DRUGS
50-nm diameter halloysite clay nanotubules with 15 nm lumen were used for loading poorly soluble drugs and sustaining their release. Loading was optimized by varying pH and alcohol/water ratio in theExpand
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Halloysite tubes as nanocontainers for anticorrosion coating with benzotriazole.
Halloysite clay nanotubes were investigated as a tubular container for the corrosion inhibitor benzotriazole. Halloysite is a naturally occurring cylindrical clay mineral with an internal diameter inExpand
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