Wet Spun Scaffolds of PHA PLA Blend for Bone Tissue Engineering

Alagöz, Ayse Selcen
Rodriguez Cabello, J C
Hasırcı, Nesrin
Hasırcı, Vasıf Nejat
27th European Conference on Biomaterials (ESB) (30 Ağustos - 03 Eylül 2015)


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Malikmammadov, Elbay; Hasırcı, Nesrin; Endoğan Tanır, Tuğba; Department of Micro and Nanotechnology (2017)
Scaffolds produced for tissue engineering applications are promising alternatives to be used in healing and regeneration of injured tissues and organs. In this study, fibrous poly(ε-caprolactone) (PCL) scaffolds were prepared by wet spinning technique and modified by addition of β-tricalcium phosphate (β-TCP) and by immobilizing gelatin onto fibers. Meanwhile, gelatin microspheres carrying Ceftriaxone sodium (CS), a model antibiotic, were added onto the scaffolds and antimicrobial activity of CS was investi...
Wet etching of platinum (Pt) electrodes for piezoelectric transducers using a thick photoresist mask
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Platinum (Pt) is widely used in MEMS applications due to its inert nature and high temperature stability. In general, Pt is patterned using dry etching methods which require expensive machinery. In this study, we propose wet etching of Pt electrodes of piezoelectric transducers in hot Aqua Regia at 60 degrees C using a thick photoresist as a masking material. We showed that this method eliminates the need for metal hard mask and subsequent metal stripping, which may not be compatible with other structures o...
Wet electrospun silk fibroin/gold nanoparticle 3D matrices for wound healing applications
AKTÜRK, ÖMER; Kismet, Kemal; Yasti, Ahmet C.; Kuru, Serdar; Duymus, Mehmet E.; Kaya, Feridun; Caydere, Muzaffer; Hucumenoglu, Sema; Keskin, Dilek (2016-01-01)
This study aimed to fabricate 3D silk fibroin (SF) matrices for skin tissue engineering applications. SF/poly(ethylene oxide) solutions were wet electrospun to obtain a fibrous network (0.7-20 mm diameter), which were then lyophilized to obtain 3D porous nanofibrous matrices (SFM-E: ethanol treated silk fibroin matrices). SF matrices were loaded with citrate-capped gold nanoparticles (AuNPs, 14.27 ppm, D-average = 24 nm) (SFM-AuE: ethanol treated silk fibroin matrices incorporated with AuNPs) and investigat...
Dry grinding kinetics of binary mixtures of ceramic raw materials by Bond milling
Ipek, H; Ucbas, Y; Yekeler, M; Hoşten, Çetin (Elsevier BV, 2005-01-01)
The kinetics of batch dry grinding of binary mixtures of ceramic raw materials, namely quartz-kaolin, quartz-potassium feldspar and kaolin-potassium feldspar, from the feed sizes of -3.350 + 2.360, -2.000 + 1.400, -0.850 + 0.600, -0.500 + 0.355 and -0.300 + 0.212 mm have been determined using a Bond mill with a mixture of ball sizes of 38.10, 31.75, 25.40, 19.05 and 12.70 mm diameter and total mass of 22.648 kg. The Bond mill used was a size of 30.5 cm diameter, 30.5 cm length, with a total volume of 22,272...
Wet separation of wheat flours into starch and gluten fractions: the combined effects of water to flour ratio-dough maturation time and the effects of flour aging and ascorbic acid addition
Dik, Tunay; Yöndem Makascıoğlu, Füsun (Wiley, 2002-1-18)
The process of making a dough, allowing time for maturation, dispersing the dough in water and wet sieving/washing to obtain a protein fraction and starch milk was studied using response surface methodology by changing the water to flour ratio in dough making (400–710 g kg−1), maturation time (45–660 s) and the type of flour. Two grades of bread wheat flour and durum clear flour were studied. The effects of aging at ambient temperature for up to 29 days and the addition of ascorbic acid at 100 or 500 mg kg−...
Citation Formats
A. S. Alagöz, J. C. Rodriguez Cabello, N. Hasırcı, and V. N. Hasırcı, “Wet Spun Scaffolds of PHA PLA Blend for Bone Tissue Engineering,” presented at the 27th European Conference on Biomaterials (ESB) (30 Ağustos - 03 Eylül 2015), 2015, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/85314.