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Influence of freeze-drying on the native hyaluronan reactivity studied by fluorescence techniques

MICHALICOVÁ, P. PEKAŘ, M. MRAVEC, F.

Original Title

Influence of freeze-drying on the native hyaluronan reactivity studied by fluorescence techniques

English Title

Influence of freeze-drying on the native hyaluronan reactivity studied by fluorescence techniques

Type

abstract

Language

en

Original Abstract

Freeze-drying method enables a friendly way to remove the solvent and improve the stability of the products. The basic principle of freeze-drying is the sublimation of solvent from frozen sample at very low pressure and laboratory ambient temperature. In our work we used freeze-drying for treating of native unmodified hydrophilic hyaluronan. For purposes of this work, fluorescence hydrophobic probes were used as indicators of the interactions. It was observed, that freeze-drying of the systems was effective way to support the interactions.

English abstract

Freeze-drying method enables a friendly way to remove the solvent and improve the stability of the products. The basic principle of freeze-drying is the sublimation of solvent from frozen sample at very low pressure and laboratory ambient temperature. In our work we used freeze-drying for treating of native unmodified hydrophilic hyaluronan. For purposes of this work, fluorescence hydrophobic probes were used as indicators of the interactions. It was observed, that freeze-drying of the systems was effective way to support the interactions.

Keywords

native hyaluronan, freeze-drying, lyophilization, fluorescence probe, perylene, prodan

Released

07.09.2015

Publisher

Slovenská chemická spoločnosť

Location

Bratislava

Pages from

115

Pages to

115

Pages count

1

BibTex


@misc{BUT116287,
  author="Petra {Michalicová} and Miloslav {Pekař} and Filip {Mravec}",
  title="Influence of freeze-drying on the native hyaluronan reactivity studied by fluorescence techniques",
  annote="Freeze-drying method enables a friendly way to remove the solvent and improve the stability of the products. The basic principle of freeze-drying is the sublimation of solvent from frozen sample at very low pressure and laboratory ambient temperature. In our work we used freeze-drying for treating of native unmodified hydrophilic hyaluronan. For purposes of this work, fluorescence hydrophobic probes were used as indicators of the interactions. It was observed, that freeze-drying of the systems was effective way to support the interactions.",
  address="Slovenská chemická spoločnosť",
  chapter="116287",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="Slovenská chemická spoločnosť",
  number="1",
  year="2015",
  month="september",
  pages="115--115",
  publisher="Slovenská chemická spoločnosť",
  type="abstract"
}