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  • Customizing nano-chitosan for sustainable drug delivery

    • M. Saeedi
    • O. Vahidi
    • M. R. Moghbeli
    • S. Ahmadi
    • M. Asadnia
    • O. Akhavan
    • F. Seidi
    • M. Rabiee
    • M. Saeb
    • T. J. Webster... and 4 others


    Chitosan is a natural polymer with acceptable biocompatibility, biodegradability, and mechanical stability; hence, it has been widely appraised for drug and gene delivery applications. However, there has been no comprehensive assessment to tailor-make chitosan cross-linkers of various types and functionalities as well as complex chitosan-based semi- and full-interpenetrating networks for drug delivery systems (DDSs). Herein, various...

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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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  • Removal of diphenols using pine biochar. Kinetics, equilibrium, thermodynamics, and mechanism of uptake

    • N. F. Cimirro
    • E. C. Lima
    • M. R. Cunha
    • P. S. Thue
    • A. Grimm
    • G. S. dos Reis
    • N. Rabiee
    • M. Saeb
    • F. Keivanimehr
    • S. Habibzadeh


    Thermal pyrolysis synthesized activated biochar from the Pinus elliottii sawdust (PS) at 600° C. The obtained activated biochar (PB600) was used for the removal of three diphenols, catechol (CAT), resorcinol (RES), and hydroquinone (HYD), which are utilized mainly in different industries. The PB600 was characterized by several analytical techniques. The BET surface area of 1473 m2.g−1 and a total pore volume of 0.707 cm3 g−1 was...

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