In vitro antimicrobial activity of solution blow spun poly(lactic acid)/polyvinylpyrrolidone nanofibers loaded with Copaiba (Copaifera sp.) oil.

  title={In vitro antimicrobial activity of solution blow spun poly(lactic acid)/polyvinylpyrrolidone nanofibers loaded with Copaiba (Copaifera sp.) oil.},
  author={Roberta Ferreti Bonan and Paulo Rog{\'e}rio Ferreti Bonan and Andr{\'e} Ulisses Dantas Batista and F{\'a}bio Correia Sampaio and Allan J R Albuquerque and Maria Carolina Blassioli Moraes and Luiz Henrique Capparelli Mattoso and Gregory Glenn and Eliton Souto de Medeiros and Juliano Elvis de Oliveira},
  journal={Materials science \& engineering. C, Materials for biological applications},
  • R. Bonan, P. Bonan, J. E. Oliveira
  • Published 1 March 2015
  • Materials Science
  • Materials science & engineering. C, Materials for biological applications
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