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Hydrogels and biodegradable polymers for bioapplications
ACS symposium series ; 627
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Washington, D.C. : American Chemical Society, 1996
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Developed from a symposium sponsored by the Division of Polymer Chemistry, Inc, at the 208th National Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Washington, DC, August 21-26, 1994


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30000003708850 R857.P6 H92 1996 Open Access Book Proceedings, Conference, Workshop etc.

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Examines the use of reversible hydrogels, stimuli-sensitive hydrogels, and in vivo applications of hydrogels. Discusses current issues in biodegradation, including controlled release from degradable matrices, degradation of synthetic materials in marine and soil environments, and time-relateddegradation of support devices and other applications of biomaterials. Reviews applications of biomaterials and hydrogels.

Table of Contents

Hydrogels in BioapplicationsH. Park and K. Park
Glucose-Sensitive Phase-Reversible HydrogelsS.J. Lee and K. Park
New Bioartificial Hydrogels: Characterization and Physical PropertiesJ.-C. Gayet and G. Fortier
Bioapplication of Poly(ethylene glycol)-Albumin Hydrogels: Matrix for Enzyme ImmobilizationE.M. D'Urso and J. Jean-Francois and G. Fortier
Sulfonylurea-Grafted Polymers for Langerhans Islet StimulationY.H. Bae and S.W. Kim and A. Kikuchi and S.-J. Chong and S.C. Song
Administration of Ovalbumin Encapsulated in Alginate Microspheres to MiceT.L. Bowersock and H. HogenEsch and M. Suckow and J. Turek and E. Davis-Snyder and D. Borie and R. Jackson and H. Park and K. Park
Activities of Extracellular and Intracellular Depolymerases of PolyhydroxyalkanoatesL.J. R. Foster and R.C. Fuller and R.W. Lenz
Poly(L-lactic acid-co-amino acid) Graft Copolymers: A Class of Functional Biodegradable BiomaterialsJ.S. Hrkach and J. Ou and N. Lotan and R. Langer
Chemical and Morphological Changes in Peroxide-Stabilized Poly(L-lactide)A. Sodergard
Biodegradability of Polycarboxylates: Structure-Activity StudiesM.B. Freeman and Y.H. Paik and G. Swift and R. Wilczynski and S.K. Wolk and K.M. Yocom
Biodegradation of Poly(vinyl alcohol) and Vinyl Alcohol Block as Biodegradable SegmentS. Matsumura and K. Toshima
Soil and Marine Biodegradation of Protein-Starch PlasticsK.E. Spence and A.L. Allen and S. Wang and J. Jane
Biodegradation of Polymer Films in Marine and Soil EnvironmentsJ.M. Mayer and D.L. Kaplan and R.E. Stote and K.L. Dixon and A.E. Shupe and A.L. Allen and J.E. McCassie
Two-Dimensional Latex Assemblies for BiosensorsS. Slomkowski and M. Kowalczyk and M. Trznadel and M. Kryszewski
Molecular Recognition at a Monolayer Interface: 2,4-Diaminopyrimidine-Succinimide Host-Guest PartnersS.L. Dawson and J. Elman and D.E. Margevich and W. McKenna and D.A. Tirrell and A. Ulman
Conjugation of DNA with Functional Vinyl Polymers by Using Vinyl Derivatives of Psoralen as a LinkerM. Maeda and D. Umeno and C. Nishimura and M. Takagi
pH-Sensitive Swelling and Drug-Release Properties of Chitosan-Poly(ethylene oxide) Semi-interpenetrating Polymer NetworkV. R. Patel and M.M. Amiji
Microbes in Polymer ChemistryV. Crescenzi and M. Dentini
Aqueous Solution Properties of Bacterial Poly-g-D-glutamateV. Crescenzi and M. D'Alagni and M. Dentini and B. Mattei
Bioactive Polymeric Dental Materials Based on Amorphous Calcium Phosphate: Effect of Coupling AgentsJ.M. Antonucci and D. Skrtic and E.D. Eanes
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