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Printability Assessment of Three Dimensional Bioprinter modified from Filament Deposition Modeling Printer using Carboxy Methyl Cellulose – Gelatin as Model Bioink

Abstract Three-dimensional bioprinting is a revolutionary process that can precisely produce functional tissue constructs or organs by precisely positioning living cells and biomaterial in a controlled manner. The 3D bioprinter also plays a key role in determining the printability of a bioink by a combination of bioink and bioprinter properties, making the process a possibility determined by a mixture of bioink and bioprinters. Despite the availability of inexpensive bioprinters in commercially, attempts on upgrading a conventional Filament Deposition Modelling 3D printer are well thought out to produce cost-effective 3D bioprinters. This paper investigates the printability of a hybrid hydrogel made of sodium salt carboxymethyl cellulose and gelatin using a 3D bioprinter based on a RepRap prototyper. The findings of these experiments show the importance of printability testing of custom bioprinters as well as some of the most common methods for changing CAD design parameters for prinatbility testing.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.21203/rs.3.rs-1508651/v1


Analysis of Correlation between Structure and Properties of Carboxymethyl Cellulose Film Loaded with Eu3+ and Tb3+ Fluorescence by Rheology at Different Drying Stages

Rheology at three stages of the film-drying process investigated the effects of interactions between carboxymethyl cellulose and CMC/europium –terbium on the composition and properties of the final CMC/CET films. When the water content was 90 percent, the film contained either 0. 1 or 0. 2 g of CET, which had good flexibility, but the film with 0. 3 g of CET was elastic-dominated. The film with 0. 2 g of CET had an even more tight sheet structure, the highest fluorescence intensity, and excellent tensile strength of 78. 76 MPa when compared to CMC-CET films with different CET additions.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/polym14091655


Immobilization of Aspergillus oryzae β -Galactosidase on Cellulose Acetate-Polymethylmethacrylate Membrane and Its Application in Hydrolysis of Lactose from Milk and Whey

The present research reveals the immobilization of Aspergillus oryzae cholidase on cellulose acetate-polymethacrylate membrane and its use in dairy industries' hydrolyzing lactose. However, I G retained greater amounts of catalytic activity at lower and higher pH ranges. In addition, Michaelis-Menten constant was up for I G as compared to the native one, but maximum reaction rate was reduced for the immobilized enzyme. And after fifth repeated use, the reusability of I G was shown to be 86%, indicating its use in lactose hydrolysis in a variety of dairy products, including milk and whey.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1155/2014/163987


Effect of Carboxymethyl Cellulose Concentration on Structural, Morphological and Magnetic Properties of Barium Hexaferrite: A Study Based on Sol-Gel Auto-Combustion Method

This research was designed to investigate the role of carboxymethyl cellulose as a chelating agent in the manufacture of barium hexaferrite. At 6% of CMC concentration, the characterized XRD peak indicates the synthesis of high quality crystalline samples at 6% of CMC concentrations. Magnetism is getting harder as a result of rising CMC concentration, magnetism is getting more present, and Ms value increases can be observed. With an increase in the amount of CMC, the UV-Vis-DRS methods revealed that the synthesized BaF's band gap energy increased with an increase in the concentration of CMC.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.14233/ajchem.2022.23564


Preparation of Functionalized Sodium carboxymethyl cellulose/Sodium alginate-Based Tween (80) for Potential Allocation of Linezolid as Antimicrobial Agents

The bio-films are produced by mixing natural polymers such as sodium carboxymethyl cellulose and sodium alginate with a surfactant as Tween, and packed with Linezolid as antimicrobial agents. Polymeric films were made by the casting film-making process in this paper. The effects of biofilm composition on E. coli, P. aeuroginosa, S. aureus, B. subtilis standard bacteria, and C. albicans pathogenic fungus were investigated and compared with biomaterial film without Linezolid drug. The production of biomaterial films coated with Linezolid drug, in turn, is an environmentally friendly option that may aid in wound healing.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.21203/rs.3.rs-1531127/v1

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