BIOXYARN – In vitro evaluation of the biocompatibility of nanofibrous yarns from an oxidative stress perspective
Fibres and textiles have been used as biomaterials for thousands of years, mainly as sutures and in dressings for wound care. Recently, it has become of increasing interest to use fibres as implantable materials to support the repair of damaged tissues and organs.
Improvement of adhesive properties of biomedical materials by plasma treatment
Principal investigator: dr.sc. Morana Jaganjac