1 article(s) from Ma, Yunn-Hwa
ATR-FTIR spectra of (a) chitosans: (i) precursor chitosan before modification, (ii) chitosan after ...
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The proposed mechanism of the modification of chitosan by phenolic compounds exemplified with galli...
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TEM micrographs of (a) γ-Fe2O3, (c) γ-Fe2O3@Hep, (d) γ-Fe2O3@Hep-CS-H, (e) γ-Fe2O3@Hep-CS-G, and (f...
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(a) ATR-FTIR spectra of (i) γ-Fe2O3, (ii) γ-Fe2O3@Hep, (iii) γ-Fe2O3@Hep-CS-G, (iv) γ-Fe2O3@Hep-CS-...
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Free radical scavenging of the phenolic compound-modified particles. (a) Inhibition as a function o...
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Cellular uptake of the phenolic compound-modified particles by (a) L-929 and (b) LN-229 cells. A ma...
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Representative antioxidant activity of the phenolic compound-modified particles in (a–g) L-929 and ...
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Flow cytometry analysis of the antioxidant activity of the phenolic compound-modified particles bas...
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A schematic of the iron oxide nanoparticle coating with heparin and gallic acid-modified chitosan.
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Beilstein J. Nanotechnol. 2019, 10, 1073–1088, doi:10.3762/bjnano.10.108
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