Gelatin based controlled drug delivery systems microspheres and menbranes



Gelatin microspheres and sponges for delivery of macromolecules
Ulubayram, K; Eroglu, I; Hasırcı, Nesrin (2002-01-01)
Gelatin microspheres and gelatin sponges were prepared by coacervation and freeze drying techniques, respectively. Both systems were crosslinked with glutaraldehyde. The mean diameter of the microspheres were in the range of 40-80 mum and the mean pore size of the sponges was 130-220 mum depending on the preparation conditions. Bovine serum albumin (BSA) was added into the preparation solutions and entrapped in the microspheres and sponges. BSA addition to sponges was also achieved by addition of BSA-contai...
Gelatin based drug release systems for thalassaemia treatment
Kızıltay, Aysel; Hasırcı, Nesrin; Ulubayram, Kezban; Department of Biotechnology (2003)
Gelatin Based Scaffolds and Effect of EGF Dose on Wound Healing
Bilgic, H.; Demiriz, M.; Ozler, M.; Ide, Tayfun; Dogan, N.; Gumus, S.; Kızıltay, Aysel; Endoğan Tanır, Tuğba; Hasırcı, Vasıf Nejat; Hasırcı, Nesrin (2013-04-01)
In this study, gelatin based biodegradable scaffolds (GS) containing various amounts of epidermal growth factor (EGF) were prepared and applied to full skin defects created on rats in order to investigate the EGF dose effect on healing process. Scaffolds were prepared by freeze drying technique and stabilized with either glutaraldehyde (GA) or 1-ethyl-3-(3-dimethylaminopropyl) carbodiimide (EDAC). In vitro cytotoxicity of the prepared scaffolds was assessed by using human skin fibroblast secondary culture (...
Gelation studies in ternary polymer solutions
Hejazi, Mojdeh H; Yılmaz, Levent; Department of Chemical Engineering (1992)
Gelatin sponges as wound dressing materials
Aksu, Ebru; Hasırcı, Nesrin; Department of Biotechnology (2000)
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A. Kızıltay and N. Hasırcı, “Gelatin based controlled drug delivery systems microspheres and menbranes,” 2002, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: