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ANTIMICROBIAL APPLICATIONS OF CLAY NANOTUBE-BASED COMPOSITES
Форма представленияСтатьи в зарубежных журналах и сборниках
Год публикации2019
Языканглийский
  • Баташева Светлана Николаевна, автор
  • Фахруллин Равиль Фаридович, автор
  • Фахруллина Гульнур Ильдаровна, автор
  • Фахруллина Гульнур Ильдаровна, автор
  • Библиографическое описание на языке оригинала Anna Stavitskaya, Svetlana Batasheva, Vladimir Vinokurov, Gölnur Fakhrullina, Vadim Sangarov, Yuri Lvov, Rawil Fakhrullin. Antimicrobial Applications of Clay Nanotube-Based Composites, Nanomaterials (Basel), 2019, V. 9(5), P. 708
    Аннотация Halloysite nanotubes with different outer surface/inner lumen chemistry (SiO2/Al2O3) are natural objects with a 50 nm diameter hollow cylindrical structure, which are able to carry functional compounds both inside and outside. They are promising for biological applications where their drug loading capacity combined with a low toxicity ensures the safe interaction of these nanomaterials with living cells. In this paper, the antimicrobial properties of the clay nanotube-based composites are reviewed, including applications in microbe-resistant biocidal textile, paints, filters, and medical formulations (wound dressings, drug delivery systems, antiseptic sprays, and tissue engineering scaffolds). Though halloysite-based antimicrobial materials have been widely investigated, their application in medicine needs clinical studies. This review suggests the scalable antimicrobial nano/micro composites based on natural tubule clays and outlines research and development perspectives in the field.
    Ключевые слова antimicrobial composites, halloysite, clay nanotubes, biofouling, microbiology
    Название журнала Nanomaterials
    URL https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6567215/
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