Comparative Evaluation of Porous Chitosan Tissue Barrier Membranes Fabricated by Two Techniques—A Stereomicroscopic Study
Present study evaluates porous chitosan tissue barrier membranes fabricated by solvent casting method using camphene as a porogen and freeze drying method stereomicroscopically. Porous membranes were successfully made by both methods. Membranes fabricated by freeze drying method had a clear lattice like inter-connected pores and channels as compared to that made by sublimating camphene which produced unorganized dense non uniform porous structure.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: February 1, 2016
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