The Microctructure Formation and the Composite Properties Based on Alginate with Antibacterial Activity
The alginate gels microstructure formation regularities that were prepared in situ in a multicomponent system were determined, and their properties were studied. To produce experimental specimens, a combination of cross-linking agents of calcium and zinc salts with inhibitors based on a denatured protein and tricalciumphosphate granules was used. The antibacterial properties of the hydrogels were studied as a function of their composition.
Keywordshydrogel sodium alginate calcium salts zinc salts denatured protein tricalciumphosphate
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