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Advanced Fluorescence Spectroscopy In A Study Of Phase-Separated Hydrogel

MRAVEC, F. PEKAŘ, M.

Original Title

Advanced Fluorescence Spectroscopy In A Study Of Phase-Separated Hydrogel

English Title

Advanced Fluorescence Spectroscopy In A Study Of Phase-Separated Hydrogel

Type

abstract

Language

en

Original Abstract

This work is focused on different advanced fluorescence techniques which can be useful in research of phase-separated hydrogels. These hydrogels are formed from oppositely charged polymers and surfactant and can be promising materials in acute wound healing as well as local drug delivery systems. Phase separated hydrogels consist of polymer, aqueous phase and micelle-like nanocontainers. In principal this system has aqueous as well as oil-like phase and it is able to solubilize hydrophilic as well as hydrophobic species. Our hydrogel contains at least 93 % of water allows the hydrophilic species to diffuse in or out from the gel. Rate of diffusion of different species inside gel matrix seen by fluorescence correlation spectroscopy is discussed a results are correlate with species structures.

English abstract

This work is focused on different advanced fluorescence techniques which can be useful in research of phase-separated hydrogels. These hydrogels are formed from oppositely charged polymers and surfactant and can be promising materials in acute wound healing as well as local drug delivery systems. Phase separated hydrogels consist of polymer, aqueous phase and micelle-like nanocontainers. In principal this system has aqueous as well as oil-like phase and it is able to solubilize hydrophilic as well as hydrophobic species. Our hydrogel contains at least 93 % of water allows the hydrophilic species to diffuse in or out from the gel. Rate of diffusion of different species inside gel matrix seen by fluorescence correlation spectroscopy is discussed a results are correlate with species structures.

Keywords

hydrogels, fluorescence correlation spectroscopy (FCS), nanocontainers, surfactants

Released

10.09.2017

Publisher

Johan Hofkens, Maarten Roeffaers & Kris Janssen

Location

Bruggy, Belgie

Pages from

214

Pages to

214

Pages count

1

BibTex


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  author="Filip {Mravec} and Miloslav {Pekař}",
  title="Advanced Fluorescence Spectroscopy In A Study Of Phase-Separated Hydrogel",
  annote="This work is focused on different advanced fluorescence techniques which can be useful in research of phase-separated hydrogels. These hydrogels are formed from oppositely charged polymers and surfactant and can be promising materials in acute wound healing as well as local drug delivery systems. Phase separated hydrogels consist of polymer, aqueous phase and micelle-like nanocontainers. In principal this system has aqueous as well as oil-like phase and it is able to solubilize hydrophilic as well as hydrophobic species. Our hydrogel contains at least 93 % of water allows the hydrophilic species to diffuse in or out from the gel. Rate of diffusion of different species inside gel matrix seen by fluorescence correlation spectroscopy is discussed a results are correlate with species structures.",
  address="Johan Hofkens, Maarten Roeffaers & Kris Janssen",
  chapter="143040",
  howpublished="electronic, physical medium",
  institution="Johan Hofkens, Maarten Roeffaers & Kris Janssen",
  year="2017",
  month="september",
  pages="214--214",
  publisher="Johan Hofkens, Maarten Roeffaers & Kris Janssen",
  type="abstract"
}