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Hairgel

densities similar to those of their constituent liquids. Edible jelly is a common example of a hydrogel and has approximately the density of water. [ edit ] Cationic polymers Cationic polymers are positively charged polymers. Their positive charges prevent the formation of coiled polymers

Hyaluronan print that page

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The average 70 kg (154 lbs) person has roughly 15 grams of hyaluronan in the body, one-third of which is turned over (degraded and synthesized) every day. [ 3 ] Hyaluronic acid is also a component of the group A streptococcal extracellular capsule , [ 4 ] and is believed to play a role

Contact lens print that page

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Implantation 3 Manufacturing of contact lenses 3.1 Extended Wear Contacts Lenses 3.1.1 Silicone Hydrogel Lenses 3.2 Hydrogel materials 4 Contact lens prescriptions 5 Complications 5.1 Eyelid 5.2 Conjunctiva 5.3 Cornea 6 Usage 6.1 Insertion 6.2 Removal

Nicholas A. Peppas print that page

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He was educated in chemical engineering at the National Technical University of Athens ( D. Eng. , 1971 ) and at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology ( Sc.D. , 1973 ) under the direction of bioengineering pioneer Edward W. Merrill [ 1 ] . Subsequently, he was a postdoctoral fellow in

Bioadhesive print that page

Bioadhesives may consist of a variety of substances, but proteins and carbohydrates feature prominently. Proteins such as gelatin and carbohydrates such as starch have been used as general-purpose glues by man for many years, but typically their performance shortcomings have seen them

wikipedia.org | 2010/9/27 3:08:09

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A biosensor is an analytical device for the detection of an analyte that combines a biological component with a physicochemical detector component. It consists of 3 parts: the sensitive biological element (biological material (e.g. tissue, microorganisms, organelles, cell receptors, enzymes

Nerve guidance conduit print that page

and nanostructure 1.2.1 Physical cues 1.2.2 Chemical cues 2 Scaffold material 2.1 Hydrogel 2.2 Synthetic polymer 2.2.1 Collagen-terpolymer 2.2.2 Poly (lactic-co-glycolic acid) family 2.2.3 Methacrylated dextran (Dex-MA) copolymerized with aminoethyl methacrylate (AEMA

wikipedia.org | 2011/4/30 15:44:34

Fibrin scaffold print that page

Fibrin consists of the blood proteins fibrinogen and thrombin which participate in blood clotting . Fibrin glue or fibrin sealant is also referred to as a fibrin based scaffold and used to control surgical bleeding, speed wound healing , seal off hollow body organs or cover holes made by

wikipedia.org | 2010/9/26 2:12:45

Self-assembling peptide print that page

Effectively they act as building blocks for a wide range of material and device applications. The essence of this technology is to replicate what nature does: to use molecular recognition processes to form ordered assemblies of building blocks that are capable of conducting biochemical activities

wikipedia.org | 2011/7/23 12:59:10

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A commonly applied definition of tissue engineering, as stated by Langer [ 1 ] and Vacanti, [ 2 ] is "an interdisciplinary field that applies the principles of engineering and life sciences toward the development of biological substitutes that restore, maintain, or improve tissue function