Development of amino acid-modified PET/PA6 segmented pie bicomponent spunbonded microfiber nonwoven for bilirubin affinity adsorption
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A novel affinity membrane based on PET/PA6 segmented pie bicomponent spunbonded microfiber nonwoven (PET/PA6 SBSNW) was developed for bilirubin adsorption. PET/PA6 SBSNW was initially fabricated as microfiber nonwoven fabric, and was then ammoniated with ethylenediamine (ETDA). Finally, amino acids as affinity ligands were immobilized on the ammoniated PET/PA6 SBSNW. The amino acid-modified PET/PA6 SBSNW was applied to adsorb bilirubin, and the effects of pH, temperature, species of affinity ligands, and time were investigated. The results showed that amino acid-modified PET/PA6 SBSNW has decent adsorption performance, and adsorption capacity of PET/PA6 SBSNW-Lys peaked at 388.35 mg/g.
KeywordsSegmented pie bicomponent spunbonded nonwoven Microfibers Amino acids Bilirubin Affinity adsorption
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