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Chitosan-Based Nanoformulation as Carriers of Small Molecules for Tissue Regeneration

  • Shoba Narayan
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Abstract

This chapter traces the growth of nanoformulations and the role of biopolymers in the field of medicine and nanomedicine in particular. Keeping in mind the vast literature available in this field, the chapter provides the reader an insight into the developments relating to use of one of the biopolymers, viz., chitosan. While highlighting the developments, extensive care is taken to provide an overall understanding of the subject while providing the literature support for detailed analysis. The chapter highlights the significance and facile maneuverability of chitosan to yield hydrogels and polyplexes that are ideally suited for tissue engineering applications. The chapter closes with the introduction to 3D printing technologies which are likely to take over the tissue regeneration field in a massive way.

Keywords

Chitosan Nano-formulation Tissue regeneration Hydrogels Polyplexes Biopolymers 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Shoba Narayan
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  1. 1.Faculty of Allied Health SciencesChettinad Hospital and Research Institute, Chettinad Academy of Research and EducationKelambakkamIndia

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