Polyelectrolyte complex materials consisting of antibacterial and cell-supporting layersFaculty of Science - Papers (Archive) (2012)
AbstractThe characterization of a polyelectrolyte complex material comprised of two biopolymers, a chitosan upper layer and a gellan gum under layer, is reported. It is shown that the upper layer of chitosan with incorporated levofloxacin displays an antibacterial activity, while the under layer of a gellan gum/TiO2 composite supports the growth of fibroblastic cells.
Publication DateJanuary 1, 2012
Citation InformationMat Amin, K. Anuar., Gilmore, K. J., Matic, J., Poon, S., Walker, M. J., Wilson, M. R. & in het Panhuis, M. (2012). Polyelectrolyte complex materials consisting of antibacterial and cell-supporting layers. Macromolecular Bioscience, 12 (3), 374-382.