• Corpus ID: 100233933

Preparation and Properties of Regenerated Cellulosic Biomaterialmade from Styela Clava Tunics

  title={Preparation and Properties of Regenerated Cellulosic Biomaterialmade from Styela Clava Tunics},
  author={Jung Young Jin and Dae Youn Hwang and Soo-min Park and Hong-Sung Kim and Hyun Dae Cho and 안병재 and 김한도},
  journal={Biomaterials Research},
Design of Next-Generation 4D Mask Pack
A next-generation mask model is presented that has superior adhesion capability to facial curves and was developed by applying hydrogels, a soft material similar to the extracellular matrix, to control mechanical properties of the mask pack for appropriate stiffness and swelling ratio.
Effects of different cellulose membranes regenerated from Styela clava tunics on wound healing
The data indicate that the FSCT-CM may accelerate the process of wound healing in the surgically wounded skin of SD rats through the regulation of angiogenesis and connective tissue formation without inducing any specific toxicity.
Ethanol extracts collected from the Styela clava tunic alleviate hepatic injury induced by carbon tetrachloride (CCl4) through inhibition of hepatic apoptosis, inflammation, and fibrosis
Results indicate that EtSCT can protect against hepatic injury induced by CCl4-derived reactive intermediates through the suppression of hepatic apoptosis, inflammation, and fibrosis.
The Preparation of Mask-pack Sheet Blended with Styela clava tunics and Natural Polymer
피부의 주름은 세포의 노화과정 중 한 가지로 생체 내 에서 활성질소 종, 활성산소 종 등과 같은 물질의 생성 으로부터 발생한다. 활성산소는 불안정한 상태에 있는 산소로 과산화수소, 하이드록시 라디칼 등을 포함하고 있다1). 활성산소는 자외선, 대기오염, 화학물질, 스트레 스 등에 의해 몸 속에서 과잉 생산된 산소로부터 산화작 용을 일으켜 세포막, DNA
Protective effects of the antioxidant extract collected from Styela clava tunics on UV radiation‑induced skin aging in hairless mice.
EtSCT has the potential for use as therapeutic drug which protects against skin aging by regulating the skin morphology, histopathological structures, ER stress, inflammation and oxidative conditions.
Dissolution Characteristics and Regenerated Miscanthus Sinensis Holocellulose Film Prepared by Dissolving the LiBr Solution
In this study, dissolution characteristics of 60% LiBr aqueous solution for Miscanthus sinensis holocellulose in accordance with heating time and characteristics of regenerated films were analyzed.
Study for Biodegradability of Cellulose Derived from Styela clava tunics
To investigate the biodegradation of the cellulose powder(CP) derived from Styela clava tunics(SCT), some physico-chemical properties and biodegradability of SCT-CP were measured after the incubation
Biodegradability and Toxicity of Regenerated Cellulose Films Prepared from the Tunicate Styela Clava
The results suggest that the regenerative cellulose film originated from the tunic of SCT did not had the any toxicity and effectively degraded into tissue until 4 weeks, which can be used as the novel materials for developing the protect films in order to care the skin damage containing a gash and a burn.