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- R., Niranjan, et al. Show all 7 Authors
- Colloids and surfaces 2019 v.182 pp. 110339
- adverse effects; anti-inflammatory activity; antibacterial properties; bioavailability; burns (injuries); cell lines; cell proliferation; chitosan; curcumin; in vivo studies; ointments; polyvinyl alcohol; rats; tissue repair; toxicity; toxicity testing; turmeric; wound treatment
- ... Biocompatible polymers are being used in recent times for treating skin injuries and burn wounds. Polymers like Poly Vinyl Alcohol and Chitosan are proven to be biocompatible with least toxic to treat injuries with minimal side-effects. Curcumin, a primary component of turmeric has anti-inflammatory properties and anti-microbial activity but has extremely low bioavailability. Converting Curcumin t ...