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See the overview of the scientific articles where the Nisco’s encapsulation units have been applied.

Unit type Application Article name Autor/Organisation Published
J30 Hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) reserach - MSN@Alg (mesoporous silica nanoparticles and organic alginate) microspheres fabrication with an air-dynamical atomizer under optimized conditions Liver cancer cells: targeting and prolonged-release drug carriers consisting of mesoporous silica nanoparticles and alginate microspheres Yu-Te Liao1, Chia-Hung Liu2, Jiashing Yu1, Kevin C-W Wu1,3; 1Department of Chemical Engineering, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan; 2Department of Urology, Taipei Medical University-Shuang Ho Hospital, New Taipei City, Taiwan; 3Division of Medical Engineering Research, National Health Research Institutes, Zhunan Township, Miaoli County, Taiwan International Journal of Nanomedicine 2014:9 2767–2778
J30 Microcarrier culture system; cell separation; chitosan modification; functional microparticles - Fabrication of microparticles by spraying a chitosan solution (2% w/v) through an aerodynamically assisted jetting equipment into a gelling bath of NaOH (1M).  Functional cell selective microparticles as injectable cell carriers for tissue engineering applications C. A. Custódio1,2 , R. L. Reis1,2, J. F. Mano1,2; 1-3B’s Research Group – Biomaterials, Biodegradables and Biomimetics, University of Minho, AvePark, Zona Industrial da Gandra, S. Cláudio do Barco, 4806-909 Caldas das Taipas – Guimarães, Portugal. 2-ICVS/3B’s, PT Government Associated Laboratory, Braga/Guimarães, Portugal. Termis-AM Meering 2013, 2013-11-10, Atlanta, USA
J30 Cosmetic, pharmaceutical or nutraceutical area - Catechin microencapsulation in an alginate matrix by using a spray-coagulation technique Application of spray-coagulation method to microencapsulate catechin having in view cosmetic, pharmaceutical or nutraceutical areas Joana Vieqasa·b, Lillian Barrosa, lsabel Fernandesb, lsabel C.F.R. Ferreiraa, Filomena Barreirob; a Centro de lnvestigar:;ao de Montanha, ESA, lnstituto Politecnico de Braganr;a. Campus de Santa Apol6nia, Ap. 11 72, 5301 -855 Braganr;a, Portugal. bLaborat6rio de Processos de Separar;ao e Rear;ao (LSRE), Laborat6rio Associado LSREI LCM, lnstituto Politecnico de Braganr;a, Campus Santa Apol6nia Ap. 1134, 5301 -857 Braganr:;a, Portugal. barreiro@ipb .pt 1st Symposium on Medicinal Chemistry of University of Minho, Poster PC81 page 98
J30 Mammalian cell encapsulation into alginate-based microspheres High-throughput physically based approach for mammalian cell encapsulation Jiashing Yu,1 Po-Chen Wu,1 Chi-Hui Huang,1 Chung-Yao Yang,2 and Chao-Min Cheng2; 1Department of Chemical Engineering, National Taiwan University, Taipei 106, Taiwan; 2Institute of Nanoengineering and Microsystems, National Tsing Hua University, Hsinchu 300, Taiwan APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS 103, 153704 (2013)
J30 Cell-material interactions; growth factor; microstructure - Fabrication of microparticles by spraying a chitosan solution (1.5% w/v) through an aerodynamically assisted jetting equipment into a gelling bath of NaOH (1M). Engineering functional microparticles to fabricate instructive cell microenvironments C. A. Custódio1,2 ,V. E. Santo1,2, M. E. Gomes1,2, R. L. Reis1,2, J. F. Mano1,2; 1-3B’s Research Group – Biomaterials, Biodegradables and Biomimetics, University of Minho, AvePark, Zona Industrial da Gandra, S. Cláudio do Barco, 4806-909 Caldas das Taipas – Guimarães, Portugal. 2-ICVS/3B’s, PT Government Associated Laboratory, Braga/Guimarães, Portugal. Con-current Oral Abstract Presentations Session 7; Abstract #251, April 10-13 ©2013 Annual Meeting of Society For Biomaterials
J30 Animal models/studies – mice/rats - Production of distinct sizes of P. aeruginosa containing seaweed alginate beads, through variation of nozzle size, air pressure and alginate flow rate. Bead-size directed distribution of Pseudomonas aeruginosa results in distinct inflammatory response in a mouse model of chronic lung infection L. J. Christophersen,* H. Trøstrup,* D. S. Malling Damlund,* T. Bjarnsholt,* K. Thomsen,* P. Ø. Jensen,* H. P. Hougen,† N. Høiby* and C. Moser*; *Department of Clinical Microbiology 93.01, Copenhagen University Hospital, Rigshospitalet, and †Department of Forensic Medicine, University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark Clinical and Experimental Immunology, 2012, 170: 222–230
J30 Developing nanoengineered alginate microspheres for localized delivery of anti-inflammatory drugs In vitro and in vivo evaluation of of anti-inflammatory agents using nanoengineered alginate carries: Towards loclized implant inflammation suppression Rahul Dev Jayant, Michael J. McShane and Rohit Srivastava/ Department of Biosciences and Bioengineering, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT Bombey), Powai, Mumbai , India; Biomedical Engineering Department & Material Science and Engineering Program, Texas A & M University, College Station, TX, USA International Journal of Pharmaceutics, Volume 403, Issues 1-2, 17 January 2011, Pages 268-275
J30 Development of the coimmobilized drug-sensor system that can concurrently deliver 100% anti-inflammatory drug encapsulated in alginate microspheres over a period of 3–4 weeks for improving biocompatibility. “Smart Tattoo” Glucose Biosensors and Effect of Coencapsulated Anti-Inflammatory Agents Rohit Srivastava, Ph.D.,1 Rahul Dev Jayant, Ph.D.,1 Ayesha Chaudhary, Ph.D.,1 and Michael J. McShane, Ph.D.2; 1Department of Biosciences and Bioengineering, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, Powai, Mumbai, India; and 2Biomedical Engineering Department, Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas  Journal of Diabetes Science and Technology, Volume 5, Issue 1, January 2011
J30 Protectiv effect upon cell viability, protection of food, encapsulating probiotics Effect of storage conditions on stability of free and encapsulated-in plain or cysteine-supplemented alginate, Lactobacillus acidophilus Ki Sousa S., Gomes A., Pintado M., Silva J, Costa P., Amaral M., Rocha-Santos T., Rodriges D., Freitas A./ CBQF-Escola Superior de Biotecnol, Univ. Catolica Portuguesa, Porto, Portugal. Fac Farm,, Univ. do Porto, Porto, Portugal. ISEIT/ Viseu, Instituto Piaget, Viseu, Portugal XVIII Intenational Conference on Bioencapsulation, Portugal-October 1-2, 2010; P-034
J30 "Nano -in-micro" systems for use as drug release vehicles Nano-in-micro alginate hybrid particles Abhijeet Joshi, R. Keerthiprasad, Rahul Dev Jayant and Rohit Srivastava / Department of Biosciences and Bioenineering, IT Bombay Carbohydrate Polymers, Volume 81, Issue 4, 23 July 2010, Pages 790-798
J30 Polyelectrolyte-coated alginate microspheres as release systems to improve biocompability and prolong lifetime of implantable glucose sensors. Polyelectrolyte-coated alginate microspheres as drug delivery carriers for dexamethasone release R. D. Jayant, M. J. McShane, R. Srivastava / School of Bioscience and Bioengineering, IIT Bombay, Mumbai, India; Biomedical Engineering Department, Texas A & M University, College Station, TX, USA Drug Delivery, August 2009, Vol. 16, No. 6, Pages 331-340
J30 Immobilization of cresol red molecules in the polyelectrolytes using calcium alginate microspheres with urease enzyme as templates Application of Polyelectrolyte Coated Alginate Microspheres for Optical Sensing Swati M. and Srivastava R; School of Biosciences and Bioengineering, IIT Bombay, India-400076 Centre for Research in Nanotechnology and Science, IIT Bombay XVIIth International Conference on Bioencapsulation, Groningen, Netherlands ; September 24-26, 2009; P18 - 1-4
J30 Immobilization of cresol red molecules using calcium alginate microspheres with urease enzyme as templates Nanoengineered alginate microspheres towards an optical urea biosensor R. Srivastava*, M. Swati; School of Biosciences and Bioengineering, IIT Bombay, India-400076
Centre for Research in Nanotechnology and Science, IIT Bombay
XVIth International Conference on Bioencapsulation, Dublin, Ireland, Sept 4-6, 2008; P06 - page 1-4
J30 Controlled drug delivery - investigation of zero-order release profile of dexamethasone (DEXA) over a period of 1 month using nanoengineered alginate hydrogel system that has potential for future application for implantable devices such as glucose biosensor. Effect of polyelectrolyte coatings on DEXA release from alginate microspheres R. D. Jayant, R. Srivastava*; School of Biosciences and Bioengineering, IIT Bombay, India-400076 XVI International Conference on Bioencapsulation, Dublin, Ireland; Sept. 4-6 2008; P 24  page 1-4 
J30 Immobilization of cresol red molecules using calcium alginate microspheres as templates Alginate Microspheres Comprising Assemblies of Cresol Red and Polyelectrolytes Towards an Optical Urea Biosensor M. Swati, R. Srivastava / School of Bioscience and Bioengineering, IIT Bombay, Mumbai, India Nanotechnology, 2008, 18.21 August 2008, pp 733-736
J30 Immobilization of cresol red molecules using calcium alginate microspheres as templates Nanoengineered Alginate Microspheres Comprising Multilayered Assemblies of Cresol Red and Polyelectrolytes for an Optical pH Sensor M. Swati, N. Nisha, R. Srivastava / School of Bioscience and Bioengineering, IIT Bombay, Mumbai, India Journal of Bionanoscience, Volume 1, Number 2, December 2007, pp 90-95(6)
J30 Controlled drug delivery - controlled delivery of immunomodulating (DEXA) agent at the site of implantation  Dexamethasone Release from Uniform Sized Nanoengineered Alginate Microspheres R. D.Jayant, R. Srivastava, Journal of Biomedical Nanotechnology. 08/2007; 3(3):245-253

 

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