lignin collagen hybrid biomaterials as binder substitute for

Current status and challenges of biohydrogels for

Lignin and lignin-derived quinones Lignin, which is composed of cross-linked phenolic polymeric chains, is the major byproduct of the paper and pulp industry because it is present in the cell walls of woody plant matter. For instance, the content of lignin in wood

Effect of coconut coir and regenerated silk microparticles

2021/3/23These micrographs confirm that coconut coir-based microparticles functioned as a binder for CDW by increasing the native lignin content, thereby inducing more lignin-based adhesion. On the other hand, regenerated silk/coconut coir blends at mass ratios of 50:50 and 20:80 exhibited morphologies comparable to those of RS and CC, respectively.

Cellulose and its derivatives: towards biomedical

2021/1/27Cellulose is the most abundant polysaccharide on Earth. It can be obtained from a vast number of sources, e.g. cell walls of wood and plants, some species of bacteria, and algae, as well as tunicates, which are the only known cellulose-containing animals. This inherent abundance naturally paves the way for discovering new applications for this versatile material. This review provides an

Biorefinery review: Wide

Full Article Biorefinery Review: Wide-Reaching Products Through Kraft Lignin Iara F. Demuner, a, * Jorge Luiz Colodette, a Antonio J. Demuner, b and Carolina M. Jardim a This review details the structure of lignin and curates information on the characteristics that

Effect of coconut coir and regenerated silk microparticles

2021/3/23These micrographs confirm that coconut coir-based microparticles functioned as a binder for CDW by increasing the native lignin content, thereby inducing more lignin-based adhesion. On the other hand, regenerated silk/coconut coir blends at mass ratios of 50:50 and 20:80 exhibited morphologies comparable to those of RS and CC, respectively.

Recent progress in extrusion 3D bioprinting of hydrogel

Recent progress in extrusion 3D bioprinting of hydrogel biomaterials for tissue regeneration: a comprehensive review with focus on advanced fabrication techniques Mohsen Askari ab, Moqaddaseh Afzali Naniz ab, Monireh Kouhi c, Azadeh Saberi d, Ali Zolfagharian e and Mahdi Bodaghi * a a Department of Engineering, School of Science and Technology, Nottingham Trent University,

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2019/6/22The binder and agglomeration uses are simple solid–solid dispersions with the lignins aiding by maintaining and affecting fluidity as a result of lignin–lignin, lignin–water interactions []. Low-cost binders from ligninsulfonates are commonly used in coal briquettes or ceramics, briquetting of mineral dust (fines, shavings, turnings), and wood-related material such as plywood or particle

Cellulose and its derivatives: towards biomedical

2021/1/27Cellulose is the most abundant polysaccharide on Earth. It can be obtained from a vast number of sources, e.g. cell walls of wood and plants, some species of bacteria, and algae, as well as tunicates, which are the only known cellulose-containing animals. This inherent abundance naturally paves the way for discovering new applications for this versatile material. This review provides an

Materials

Hard tissues and organs, including the bones, teeth and cartilage, are the most extensively exploited and rapidly developed areas in regenerative medicine field. One prominent character of hard tissues and organs is that their extracellular matrices mineralize to withstand weight and pressure. Over the last two decades, a wide variety of 3D printing technologies have been adapted to hard

Molecules

Renewable resources are gaining increasing interest as a source for environmentally benign biomaterials, such as drug encapsulation/release compounds, and scaffolds for tissue engineering in regenerative medicine. Being the second largest naturally abundant polymer, the interest in lignin valorization for biomedical utilization is rapidly growing. Depending on its resource and isolation

Electrophoretic deposition of biomaterials

It has been shown (Baker et al. 2008) that the electric field and the pH can be used in conjunction to produce suspended collagen membranes from solutions of type I collagen monomers. Such membranes can be deposited on an electrode or, as shown by Baker et al. (2008), the spatial aggregation of collagen in an electrolyte is possible in order to develop highly reproducible self-supporting

Development of sustainable bio

1. Introduction The wood panel industry uses almost exclusively synthetic, petroleum-derived thermosetting adhesives, which are mainly based on the reaction of formaldehyde with urea, melamine, phenol, or co-condensates. 1 The low-cost and good adjustable properties of these adhesives have made it difficult for new bio-based alternatives (e.g. lignin, tannin, starch, protein) to enter this market.

Attenuating Fibrotic Markers of Patient

2021/5/3Article Views are the COUNTER-compliant sum of full text article downloads since November 2008 (both PDF and HTML) across all institutions and individuals. These metrics are regularly updated to reflect usage leading up to the last few days. Citations are the number of other articles citing this

Advanced Biomaterials Laboratory

Lignin is the second most earth-abundant biopolymer having aromatic unit structures, but has received less attention than other natural biomaterials. Recent advances in the development of lignin-based materials, such as mesoporous carbon, flexible thin films, and fiber matrix, have found their way into applications to photovoltaic devices, energy storage systems, mechanical energy harvesters

Advanced Biomaterials Laboratory

Lignin is the second most earth-abundant biopolymer having aromatic unit structures, but has received less attention than other natural biomaterials. Recent advances in the development of lignin-based materials, such as mesoporous carbon, flexible thin films, and fiber matrix, have found their way into applications to photovoltaic devices, energy storage systems, mechanical energy harvesters

Green Polymer Chemistry and Bio‐based Plastics: Dreams

2012/11/19nitrocellulose became a successful substitute for ivory and was used for making billiard balls, thus saving the collagen, is one of the preferred materials for drug encapsulation. Casein, produced from cow's milk, is used as a binder and as an L

3D inkjet printing of biomaterials: Principles and

2020/10/30Binder jetting (BJ) can be adapted to manufacture metals, ceramics and composites‐based biomaterials in room temperature. The dimensionless numbers of fluid physics of the binder ( Oh, Re, We ) and powder particle properties (size distribution, flow, cohesive interaction, etc.) govern the

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2019/6/22The binder and agglomeration uses are simple solid–solid dispersions with the lignins aiding by maintaining and affecting fluidity as a result of lignin–lignin, lignin–water interactions []. Low-cost binders from ligninsulfonates are commonly used in coal briquettes or ceramics, briquetting of mineral dust (fines, shavings, turnings), and wood-related material such as plywood or particle

Recent progress in extrusion 3D bioprinting of hydrogel

Recent progress in extrusion 3D bioprinting of hydrogel biomaterials for tissue regeneration: a comprehensive review with focus on advanced fabrication techniques Mohsen Askari ab, Moqaddaseh Afzali Naniz ab, Monireh Kouhi c, Azadeh Saberi d, Ali Zolfagharian e and Mahdi Bodaghi * a a Department of Engineering, School of Science and Technology, Nottingham Trent University,

Special Issue : Polymers from Renewable Resources

2017/5/18Lignin was functionalized with polyisocyanate at 80 C for 1 h, the resulting lignin-polyisocyanate prepolymer was confirmed by increased viscosity and Fourier-transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR). The RPU foams containing up to 30% surface functionalized lignin as a substitute for petroleum-based polyols exhibited comparable thermal and mechanical properties to conventional

10.1016/j.carbon.2016.07.026

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Sustainable Battery Materials from Biomass

From the viewpoint of sustainability, carbon materials derived from waste biomass are especially interesting. 24 In recent years, carbons made from rice husks, 69, 70 corn or wheat straw, 71, 72 coir pith, 73 soy bean residues (from tofu production), 74 pistachio shells, 75 wood chips or fibers, 76-78 grass, 79 pine pollen, 80 lignin, 81, 82 tannic acid, 83 or shrimp shells, 84 among others

Advanced Biomaterials Laboratory

Lignin is the second most earth-abundant biopolymer having aromatic unit structures, but has received less attention than other natural biomaterials. Recent advances in the development of lignin-based materials, such as mesoporous carbon, flexible thin films, and fiber matrix, have found their way into applications to photovoltaic devices, energy storage systems, mechanical energy harvesters

Biorefinery review: Wide

Full Article Biorefinery Review: Wide-Reaching Products Through Kraft Lignin Iara F. Demuner, a, * Jorge Luiz Colodette, a Antonio J. Demuner, b and Carolina M. Jardim a This review details the structure of lignin and curates information on the characteristics that

Current status and challenges of biohydrogels for

Lignin and lignin-derived quinones Lignin, which is composed of cross-linked phenolic polymeric chains, is the major byproduct of the paper and pulp industry because it is present in the cell walls of woody plant matter. For instance, the content of lignin in wood

Coproducts of Biofuel Industries in Value

2013/3/20Lignin-based carbon fibres can substitute polyacrylonitrile (PAN)-based carbon fibre, hence the opportunity for lignin as a successful feedstock for carbon fibre is in near future []. This will be possible by understanding the basics of lignin chemistry and their application for fibre fabrication.

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