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Extraction and characterization of cellulose whiskers from commercial cotton fibers

14-Jul-2011 | Journal of Materials Science, 2011

Abstract During the past few years, there has been a growing interest in incorporating cellulose whiskers from different sources as nanoreinforcement in polymer matrixes. The purpose of this study is to evaluate the performance of the cellulose whiskers obtained from Brazilian commercial ...


Freeze extrusion fabrication of 13–93 bioactive glass scaffolds for bone repair

29-Jan-2011 | Nikhil D. Doiphode, Tieshu Huang, Ming C. Leu, Mohamed N. Rahaman, Delbert E. Day, Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Medicine, 2011

A solid freeform fabrication technique, freeze extrusion fabrication (FEF), was investigated for the creation of three-dimensional bioactive glass (13–93) scaffolds with pre-designed porosity and pore architecture. An aqueous mixture of bioactive glass particles and polymeric additives with a ...


Isolation of Plant DNA for PCR and Genotyping Using Organic Extraction and CTAB

01-Nov-2010 | Springer, N. M., CSH Protocols, 2010

INTRODUCTION A general difficulty in isolation of DNA from plant cells is the presence of a cell wall. It is necessary to degrade plant cell walls, either physically or enzymatically, in order to effectively isolate plant DNA. Additionally, some tissues (such as endosperm) or some species ...


Preservation of Differentiation and Clonogenic Potential of Human Hematopoietic Stem and Progenitor Cells during Lyophilization and Ambient Storage

01-Sep-2010 | Sandhya S. Buchanan et al., PLoS ONE, 2010

Progenitor cell therapies show great promise, but their potential for clinical applications requires improved storage and transportation. Desiccated cells stored at ambient temperature would provide economic and practical advantages over approaches employing cell freezing and subzero temperature ...


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