Bioencapsulation in silica-based nanoporous sol-gel glasses
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Published by Nova Science Publishers in Hauppauge, N.Y .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Protein folding,
  • Biocolloids,
  • Silica gel,
  • Protein Folding,
  • Biocompatible Materials -- chemistry,
  • Glass,
  • Nanocomposites,
  • Organosilicon Compounds -- chemistry,
  • Silicon Compounds -- chemistry

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

StatementBouzid Menaa ... [et al.].
ContributionsMenaa, Bouzid.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQP551 .B4693 2009
The Physical Object
Paginationp. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24002652M
ISBN 109781608769896
LC Control Number2009052729
OCLC/WorldCa489623205

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Nanoporous sol–gel glasses were used as host materials for the encapsulation of apomyoglobin, a model protein employed to probe in a rational manner the important factors that influence the protein conformation and stability in silica‐based by:   Nanoporous sol–gel glasses were used as host materials for the encapsulation of apomyoglobin, a model protein employed to probe in a rational manner the important factors that influence the protein conformation and stability in silica‐based materials. The transparent glasses were prepared from tetramethoxysilane (TMOS) and modified with a series of mono‐, di‐ and tri‐substituted. Silica-based nanoporous sol-gel glasses: from bioencapsulation to protein folding studiesCited by: Silica-based nanoporous glasses containing different functional groups (e.g., hydrophobic alkyl, phosphate and fluorinated groups) can stabilize bioactive proteins [14][15][16].

Bioencapsulation in Silica-Based Nanoporous Sol-Gel Glasses (Nanotechnology Science and Technology) Editors: Bouzid Menaa, Farid Menaa, Olga Sharts: Publisher: Nova Science Publishers: Year: ISBN: Keywords: technologies: Link [More information].   In silica based systems the reactions proceed by acidic catalysis at pH , which can be explained by the isoelectric point of silica (pH = ). In the sol–gel route synthesis, a stepwise reaction scheme has been undertaken to control the ratio of hydrolysis to condensation rates. In general, the rate.   Sol-gel-derived bioactive glasses have an inherent nanoporosity due to the absence of a melting step. Although often no sodium ions are incorporated (which normally increase the solubility of traditional melt-derived bioactive glasses), the solubility of sol-gel glasses is high due to the high specific surface of m 2 /g. Despite of. Bioencapsulation in silica-based nanoporous sol-gel glasses. Article. Olga Sharts. In this book, the authors report the recent results on the influence of different parameters (such as surface.

Contents: Sol-gel bioencapsulation process in silica-based materials: method, materials and bioapplications, characterization techniques -- Parameters affecting the protein folding in nanoporous silica-based sol-gel glasses -- Enhancing the protein folding by introducing and associating hydrophobic and steric effects in modified silica-based. The sol-gel method is a wet chemical process of making oxide-based materials starting from hydrolyzable precursors via hydrolysis and condensation. The precursors usually contain weaker ligands as compared to water such as halides, nitrates, sulfates, alkoxides, or carboxylates. “ Silica-based nanoporous sol-gel glasses: from bioencapsulation to protein folding studies”, B. Menaa, F. Menaa, C. Aiolfi-Guimarães, O. Sharts, International Journal of Nanotechnology (Review), 7 (), “Bioencapsulation of apomyoglobin in nanoporous organosilica Books: For Authors: Translation & Proofreading: Publication. “ Silica-based nanoporous sol-gel glasses: from bioencapsulation to protein folding studies”, B (Review), 7 (), “Bioencapsulation of apomyoglobin in nanoporous organosilica sol-gel glasses: influence of the siloxane network on the conformation and stability of a Books: For Authors: Translation & Proofreading: Publication.