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3-D Print Celulose Nanoskin: Future Diabetic Wound Healing

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3D printing is the future. It will change the way in which we produce new materials—maybe much less in factories and much easier in shops. However, biobased materials have been difficult to 3D print. Most 3D printers use heat to melt the plastic or metal to be printed, and biobased materials are degraded. But cellulose nanofibrils have a solution to this problem: the printing paste is wet and dries out to a solid material. In this work, it was showed recent wound healing in Vinous Ulcer with kidney and other health complications using bacterial cellulose 3D print membranes.

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M. Kanjou, M. , Abdulhakim, H. , Olyveira, G. and Basmaji, P. (2019) 3-D Print Celulose Nanoskin: Future Diabetic Wound Healing. Journal of Biomaterials and Nanobiotechnology, 10, 190-195. doi: 10.4236/jbnb.2019.104011.

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