Materials science perspective of multifunctional materials derived from collagen

  title={Materials science perspective of multifunctional materials derived from collagen},
  author={Meiyazhagan Ashokkumar and Pulickel M. Ajayan},
  journal={International Materials Reviews},
  pages={160 - 187}
ABSTRACT Grand challenges facing humanity today are closely linked to the rapid exhaustion of natural resources in conjunction with the massive growth of industrial production that sustains the booming world population. The processing of animal skin waste to create collagen-based materials has the potential to provide an eco-friendly method to develop multifunctional materials such as films, sponges/scaffolds, fibers, gels, etc., that could contribute to technological advancements in different… Expand
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Information available on collagen dosage forms for drug delivery as well as to impart an overview of the chemical structures and the galenical properties including detailed description of the processing steps - extraction, purification, chemical crosslinking and sterilization are summarized. Expand