Journal of Bioprocessing & Biotechniques

ISSN: 2155-9821

Open Access

Francisco Mato

Polymer Biotechnology Group, Microbial and Plant Biotechnology Department, Biological Research Centre Margarita Salas, 28040 Madrid, Spain

  • Mini Review   
    Remnants to Attached-value Bacterial Biopolymers as Biomaterials for Biomedical Uses
    Author(s): Francisco Mato*

    Bacterial biopolymers are normally happening materials containing a great many particles with different compound designs that can be delivered from inexhaustible sources following the standards of the round economy. Over the course of the past many years, they have acquired significant interest in the biomedical field as medication nanocarriers, implantable material coatings, and tissue-recovery platforms or films because of their inborn biocompatibility, biodegradability into nonhazardous breaking down items, and their mechanical properties, which are like those of human tissues. The current audit centers upon three mechanically progressed bacterial biopolymers, to be specific, bacterial cellulose (BC), polyhydroxyalkanoates (PHA), and γ-polyglutamic corrosive (PGA), as models of various carbon-spine structures (polysaccharides, polyesters, and polyamide.. Read More»
    DOI: 10.37421/2155-9821.2022.12.522

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