Research Output per year
Modification of cellulose hydrogels by choice of cellulose and regeneration solvent influences the surface area accessible to a family 1 carbohydrate-binding module, its affinity to the cellulose material and rate of migration through the hydrogel. The hydrogels may be used as support materials in bioaffinity applications but a compromise between accessible surface area and affinity, or migration rate, must be made.
|Date made available||2017|
|Publisher||University of Bath|
On the subtle tuneability of cellulose hydrogels: implications for binding of biomolecules demonstrated for CBM 1Johns, M., Bernardes, A., Ribeiro De Azevêdo, E., Guimarães, F., Lowe, J., Gale, E., Polikarpov, I., Scott, J. & Sharma, R., 3 May 2017, In : Journal of Materials Chemistry B . 5, 21, p. 3879-3887 9 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article
Projects per year
TransAtlantic Discovery, Characterization and Application of Enzymes for the Recycling of Polymers and Composites
1/07/14 → 31/10/16
Project: Central government, health and local authorities
Johns, M. (Creator), Bernardes, A. (Creator), Ribeiro De Azevêdo, E. (Creator), Guimarães, F. (Creator), Lowe, J. (Creator), Gale, E. (Creator), Polikarpov, I. (Creator), Scott, J. (Creator), Sharma, R. (Creator) (2017). Regenerated Cellulose Hydrogels as Bioaffinity Attachment Supports for Carbohydrate-Binding Module 1. University of Bath. 10.15125/BATH-00316