Electrospun soy protein nanofiber scaffolds for tissue regeneration.

  title={Electrospun soy protein nanofiber scaffolds for tissue regeneration.},
  author={Karpagavalli Ramji and Ramille N. Shah},
  journal={Journal of biomaterials applications},
  volume={29 3},
Electrospun fibers with an average fiber diameter in the nanometer range were prepared from soy protein isolate to develop scaffolds for tissue engineering applications. Poly(ethylene oxide) was added to facilitate fiber formation. The influence of processing parameters such as applied voltage, soy protein isolate and poly(ethylene oxide) concentrations, and poly(ethylene oxide) molecular weight on electrospun fiber morphology was investigated. Resulting soy protein isolate/poly(ethylene oxide… CONTINUE READING


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