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Characterization and degradation behaviour of biocompatible triblock copolymer

MRAVCOVÁ, L. VOJTOVÁ, L. VÁVROVÁ, M. ČÁSLAVSKÝ, J. JANČÁŘ, J.

Originální název

Characterization and degradation behaviour of biocompatible triblock copolymer

Anglický název

Characterization and degradation behaviour of biocompatible triblock copolymer

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

Poly(lactic acid) and poly(glycolic acid) have been under extensive study since they were introduced as biodegradable polymers having hydrolytically unstable backbones. Therefore, these biopolymers can be used for a certain type of biomedical application such as injectable polymer drug delivery systems, tissue implants or resorbable bone adhesives. The prevailing mechanism for the biopolymer degradation is a simple random chemical hydrolysis. This work is focused on the studying of the thermoreversible behaviours of two copolymers, PLGA-PEG-PLGA and the same but modified with itaconic acid (ITA-PLGA-PEG-PLGA-ITA).

Anglický abstrakt

Poly(lactic acid) and poly(glycolic acid) have been under extensive study since they were introduced as biodegradable polymers having hydrolytically unstable backbones. Therefore, these biopolymers can be used for a certain type of biomedical application such as injectable polymer drug delivery systems, tissue implants or resorbable bone adhesives. The prevailing mechanism for the biopolymer degradation is a simple random chemical hydrolysis. This work is focused on the studying of the thermoreversible behaviours of two copolymers, PLGA-PEG-PLGA and the same but modified with itaconic acid (ITA-PLGA-PEG-PLGA-ITA).

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@proceedings{BUT65899,
  author="Ludmila {Mravcová} and Lucy {Vojtová} and Milada {Vávrová} and Josef {Čáslavský} and Josef {Jančář}",
  title="Characterization and degradation behaviour of biocompatible triblock copolymer",
  annote="Poly(lactic acid) and poly(glycolic acid) have been under extensive study since they were introduced as biodegradable polymers having hydrolytically unstable backbones. Therefore, these biopolymers can be used for a certain type of biomedical application such as injectable polymer drug delivery systems, tissue implants or resorbable bone adhesives. The prevailing mechanism for the biopolymer degradation is a simple random chemical hydrolysis. This work is focused on the studying of the thermoreversible behaviours of two copolymers, PLGA-PEG-PLGA and the same but modified with itaconic acid (ITA-PLGA-PEG-PLGA-ITA).",
  address="Faculty of Chemistry",
  booktitle="Book of abstracts",
  chapter="65899",
  edition="+1",
  institution="Faculty of Chemistry",
  year="2006",
  month="december",
  pages="212--212",
  publisher="Faculty of Chemistry",
  type="conference proceedings"
}