Corpus ID: 53371130

CHITOSAN GALLIC ACID MICROSPHERE INCORPORATED COLLAGEN MATRIX FOR CHRONIC WOUNDS: BIOPHYSICAL AND BIOCHEMICAL CHARACTERIZATION

@inproceedings{Wary2014CHITOSANGA,
  title={CHITOSAN GALLIC ACID MICROSPHERE INCORPORATED COLLAGEN MATRIX FOR CHRONIC WOUNDS: BIOPHYSICAL AND BIOCHEMICAL CHARACTERIZATION},
  author={Rakesh Wary and S. Sivaraj and Saimei Mari},
  year={2014}
}
Objective: Extracellular matrix(ECM) mimicking biomaterials are more effective in chronic wounds than the topically applied healing agents. An attempt has been made to design a unique collagen biomaterial incorporated with chitosan gallic acid microsphere (CGMC). Methods: Designed CGMC matrix were subjected to various biophysical and biochemical analysis like FTIR, DSC, Drug release analysis, cell toxicity, antioxidant, antimicrobial and in silico molecular modeling. Results: FTIR studies… Expand
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