• Special Issue Topic

    Nature-Based Biomaterials for Biomedical Applications

    Submission Deadline: May 31, 2024

    Guest Editor

    Jayachandran Venkatesan E-Mail

    Assistant Professor at Yenepoya Research Centre, Yenepoya University, Mangalore, India.

    Research Keywords: biomaterials; tissue engineering; drug delivery; alginate; chitosan


    About the Special Issue

    Natural-based biomaterials have gained significant attention from researchers and clinicians for therapeutic applications due to bioactivity and biocompatibility. Various proteins, polysaccharides, and ceramics materials from seaweed, plants, and crustaceans have been extensively studied for tissue engineering, drug delivery, and biosensor applications. Bone graft substitutes, heart stunt, and skin graft materials from natural substances are clinically translated and commercialized. We wish to bring recent and advanced technologies on natural-based biomaterials for clinical applications in the current special issue. The special issue will cover various materials and applications, including:

    ★  Alginate

    ★  Carrageenan

    ★  Cellulose

    ★  Collagen

    ★  Chitosan

    ★  Fucoidan

    ★  Gelatin

    ★  Hydroxyapatite

    ★  Ulvan

    ★  Silk Fibroin

    ★  Tissue engineering

    ★  Drug delivery

    ★  Biosensor

    Keywords: antimicrobials; biosensors; cancer; drug delivery; tissue engineering

    Call for Papers

    Published Articles

    Open Access
    Original Article
    Fabrication and characterization of pHEMA hydrogel conduit containing GelMA-HaMA IPN for peripheral nerve regeneration
    Aim: Small defects after any injury to the periperal nerves results in self-regeneration. However, for larger defects, suturing or grafting are necessary, which may have limitations. Thus, resear [...] Read more.
    Damla Arslantunali Sahin ... Vasif Hasirci
    Published: February 26, 2024 Explor BioMat-X. 2024;1:34–57
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.37349/ebmx.2024.00005
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