Mohammad Saeb - Science profile - Bridge of Knowledge


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Profesor uczelni ze stop. nauk. dr

Budynek C Wydz. Chemii
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  • Chitosan-based inks for 3D printing and bioprinting

    • M. Taghizadeh
    • A. Taghizadeh
    • M. K. Yazdi
    • P. Zarrintaj
    • F. J. Stadler
    • J. D. Ramsey
    • S. Habibzadeh
    • G. Naderi
    • M. Saeb
    • M. Mozafari
    • U. Schubert

    - GREEN CHEMISTRY - Year 2022

    The advent of 3D-printing/additive manufacturing in biomedical engineering field has introduced great potential for the preparation of 3D structures that can mimic native tissues. This technology has accelerated the progress in numerous areas of regenerative medicine, especially led to a big wave of biomimetic functional scaffold developments for tissue engineering demands. In recent years, the introduction of smart bio-inks has...

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  • Green porous benzamide-like nanomembranes for hazardous cations detection, separation, and concentration adjustment

    • N. Rabiee
    • Y. Fatahi
    • M. Asadnia
    • H. Daneshgar
    • M. Kiani
    • A. M. Ghadiri
    • M. Atarod
    • A. H. Mashhadzadeh
    • O. Akhavan
    • M. Bagherzadeh... and 2 others


    Green biomaterials play a crucial role in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases as well as health-related problem-solving. Typically, biocompatibility, biodegradability, and mechanical strength are requirements centered on biomaterial engineering. However, in-hospital therapeutics require an elaborated synthesis of hybrid and complex nanomaterials capable of mimicking cellular behavior. Accumulation of hazardous cations like...

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  • Crystalline Polysaccharides: A Review

    • F. Seidi
    • M. K. Yazdi
    • M. Jouyandeh
    • S. Habibzadeh
    • M. T. Munir
    • H. Vahabi
    • B. Bagheri
    • N. Rabiee
    • P. Zarrintaj
    • M. Saeb


    The biodegradability and mechanical properties of polysaccharides are dependent on their architecture (linear or branched) as well as their crystallinity (size of crystals and crystallinity percent). The amount of crystalline zones in the polysaccharide significantly governs their ultimate properties and applications (from packaging to biomedicine). Although synthesis, characterization, and properties of polysaccharides have been...

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