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Novel dressing materials accelerating wound healing made from dibutyrylchitin

Andrzej Chilarski, Izabella Krucinska, Paul Kiekens UGent, Anna Blasinska, Gustaaf Schoukens, Romualda Cislo and Joanna Szumilewicz (2007) FIBRES & TEXTILES IN EASTERN EUROPE. 15(4). p.77-81
abstract
Dibutyrylchitin (DBC), a soluble chitin derivative, is a polymer with confirmed biological properties. DBC was obtained in the reaction of shrimp chitin with butyric anhydride, carried out under heterogeneous condition, in which perchloric acid was used as a catalyst of reaction. Production of DBC batches was carried out on a half - technical scale line. If DBC parties were examined by infrared spectrometry, size exclusion chromatography and viscometry. DBC with molar mass of 132 x 10(3) daltons was used for the manufacturing of DBC fibres and DBC non-woven materials. DBC non-woven fabrics after gamma-sterilisation were applied to a group of nine patients with different indications. DBC dressing materials were used exluding the use of other medical products. Satisfactory results of wound healing were achieved in most cases, especially in cases of burn wounds and postoperative/posttraumatic wounds and various other conditions causing skin/epidermis loss.
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author
organization
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type
journalArticle (original)
publication status
published
keyword
non-woven dressing, dibutyrylehitin, bioactivity, clinical research, wound healing, shrimp chitin, FIBERS, CHITIN
journal title
FIBRES & TEXTILES IN EASTERN EUROPE
Fibres Text. East. Eur.
volume
15
issue
4
pages
77 - 81
Web of Science type
Article
Web of Science id
000252661900015
JCR category
MATERIALS SCIENCE, TEXTILES
JCR impact factor
0.402 (2007)
JCR rank
12/15 (2007)
JCR quartile
4 (2007)
ISSN
1230-3666
language
English
UGent publication?
yes
classification
A1
id
744697
handle
http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-744697
date created
2009-09-09 09:02:03
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2017-03-09 12:26:51
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  abstract     = {Dibutyrylchitin (DBC), a soluble chitin derivative, is a polymer with confirmed biological properties. DBC was obtained in the reaction of shrimp chitin with butyric anhydride, carried out under heterogeneous condition, in which perchloric acid was used as a catalyst of reaction. Production of DBC batches was carried out on a half - technical scale line. If DBC parties were examined by infrared spectrometry, size exclusion chromatography and viscometry. DBC with molar mass of 132 x 10(3) daltons was used for the manufacturing of DBC fibres and DBC non-woven materials. DBC non-woven fabrics after gamma-sterilisation were applied to a group of nine patients with different indications. DBC dressing materials were used exluding the use of other medical products. Satisfactory results of wound healing were achieved in most cases, especially in cases of burn wounds and postoperative/posttraumatic wounds and various other conditions causing skin/epidermis loss.},
  author       = {Chilarski, Andrzej and Krucinska, Izabella and Kiekens, Paul and Blasinska, Anna and Schoukens, Gustaaf and Cislo, Romualda and Szumilewicz, Joanna},
  issn         = {1230-3666},
  journal      = {FIBRES \& TEXTILES IN EASTERN EUROPE},
  keyword      = {non-woven dressing,dibutyrylehitin,bioactivity,clinical research,wound healing,shrimp chitin,FIBERS,CHITIN},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {4},
  pages        = {77--81},
  title        = {Novel dressing materials accelerating wound healing made from dibutyrylchitin},
  volume       = {15},
  year         = {2007},
}

Chicago
Chilarski, Andrzej, Izabella Krucinska, Paul Kiekens, Anna Blasinska, Gustaaf Schoukens, Romualda Cislo, and Joanna Szumilewicz. 2007. “Novel Dressing Materials Accelerating Wound Healing Made from Dibutyrylchitin.” Fibres & Textiles in Eastern Europe 15 (4): 77–81.
APA
Chilarski, A., Krucinska, I., Kiekens, P., Blasinska, A., Schoukens, G., Cislo, R., & Szumilewicz, J. (2007). Novel dressing materials accelerating wound healing made from dibutyrylchitin. FIBRES & TEXTILES IN EASTERN EUROPE, 15(4), 77–81.
Vancouver
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Chilarski A, Krucinska I, Kiekens P, Blasinska A, Schoukens G, Cislo R, et al. Novel dressing materials accelerating wound healing made from dibutyrylchitin. FIBRES & TEXTILES IN EASTERN EUROPE. 2007;15(4):77–81.
MLA
Chilarski, Andrzej, Izabella Krucinska, Paul Kiekens, et al. “Novel Dressing Materials Accelerating Wound Healing Made from Dibutyrylchitin.” FIBRES & TEXTILES IN EASTERN EUROPE 15.4 (2007): 77–81. Print.