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Design of fibers spun from carbon-sphere binary colloidal systems as substrates for cell behaviour control

Stefania Polizu

PhD thesis (2009)

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Cite this document: Polizu, S. (2009). Design of fibers spun from carbon-sphere binary colloidal systems as substrates for cell behaviour control (PhD thesis, École Polytechnique de Montréal). Retrieved from https://publications.polymtl.ca/8453/
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Applications of carbon nanotubes-based biomaterials in biomedical nanotechnology -- Polylactic-co-glycolic acid (PLGA) -- Poly-Vinyl alcohol -- Carbon nanotubes as macroscopic shape biomaterial and wet spinning process -- Neuronal cells and nerve regeneration -- Objectives and relation with the papers -- Experimental techniques -- Dispersion of carbon nanotubes -- Preparation of aqueous suspension of polylactic-co-glycolic acid (PLGA) -- Preparation of colloid mixture -- Preparation of 5% polyvinyl alcohol (PVA) aqueous solution -- Sinning process -- Characterization of carbon nanotube-based fibres -- In vitro biocompatibility -- Design of fibers spun from carbon nanotube-sphere binary colloidal systems as substrates for cell's behaviour control -- Nanotube-sphere binary colloidal systems (NSBCS0 -- Wet spinning -- Investigation of fibers -- Fibrillar structures supporting the growth of living cells : hybrid integration of SWNTs in macroscopic fibers and their characteristics at the nanoscopic level -- Integration of CNTS fibre characteristics -- In vitro biocompatibility -- Nanoscale surface of carbon nanotube fibers for medical applications : structure and chemistry revealed by TOF-SIMS analysis -- General discussions.

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Nanofibres -- Synthèse; Biomatériaux -- Synthèse; Neurones -- Croissance; Fullerènes

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Department: Institut de génie biomédical
Polytechnique Montréal > Centres de recherche > Institut de génie biomédical
Date Deposited: 04 Aug 2021 11:04
Last Modified: 25 Aug 2021 14:59
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