The potential of bacterial cellulose as hemostatic material

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E. C. Queirós; Pinheiro, S.; Parpot, Pier; Gama, F. M.;

Bacterial cellulose (BC) produced by Komagataeibacter exhibits suitable properties for biomedical applications. However, BC is not biodegradable being mandatory its chemical modification by oxidative methods, making it biodegradable when implanted in the human ... View more
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