mgr inż. Agata Terebieniec
- Assistant at Department of Microbiology
- antimicrobial polymer coatings
- aspergillus niger
- celuloza, enzymy celulolityczne, celulosom
- d-xylose reductase
- drozdze psychrotolerancyjne
- epidermis regeneration · cinnamaldehyde · microporous polyurethane thin-layer scafolds · antibacterial properties · tissue engineering
Antibacterial polyurethanes, modifed with cinnamaldehyde, as potential materials for fabrication of wound dressings
The epidermis is a skin layer, which protects an organism from the different factors of external environment. Therefore, the fast and effective regeneration of epidermis is important. Potential materials used for epidermis regeneration may be polyurethane scaffolds in form of the thin permeable layers. One and main disadvantage of such polyurethane scaffolds are their lack of antibacterial and antifungal properties. The great proposition...
SolicoccozymaterricolaM 3.1.4., the yeast strain isolated from soil sample from blueberry cultivation in MiedzyrzecPodlaski in Poland, is capable to split of phosphorus to nitrogen and nitrogen to carbon bonds inN-phosphono-methylglycine (PMG, glyphosate). The biodegradation process proceeds in the phosphate-independent manner. Itis the first example of a psychrotolerant yeast strain able to degrade PMGviaCeN bond cleavage accompanied...
Ciprofloxacin-modified degradable hybrid polyurethane-polylactide porous scaffolds developed for potential use as an antibacterial scaffold for regeneration of skin
The aim of the performed study was to fabricate an antibacterial and degradable scaffold that may be used in the field of skin regeneration. To reach the degradation criterion for the biocompatible polyurethane (PUR), obtained by using amorphous α,ω-dihydroxy(ethylene-butylene adipate) macrodiol (PEBA), was used and processed with so-called “fast-degradable” polymer polylactide (PLA) (5 or 10 wt %). To meet the antibacterial requirement...
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