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Title: Promising Eco-friendly Biomaterials for Future Biomedicine: Cleaner Production and Applications of Nanocellulose
Authors: Reshmy, R
Philip, E
Madhavan, A
Arun, K B
Binod, P
Pugazhendhi, A
Awasthi, M K
Gnansounou, E
Pandey, A
Sindhu, R
Keywords: nanocellulose
tissue engineering
drug delivery
Issue Date: 2021
Publisher: Elsevier
Citation: Environmental Technology & Innovation; 24:101855
Abstract: Cellulose nanomaterials are developing nowadays as a promising environmental friendlier biomaterial that can be extracted from native plant sources. These materials, because of their excellent physico-chemical and biological properties, urged much interest in biomedical applications. In this paper, a detailed review of nanocellulose is provided with special emphasis on greener production, demands, bio-properties and innovative application in some selected biomedical fields such as tissue implants, drug delivery systems, wound healing and biosensor applications. The current state of global commercial nanocellulose based products and their future potentials for biomedical applications are also discussed.
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