Definitions

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  • adjective Consisting of nanofibres.

Etymologies

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nanofibre +‎ -ous

Examples

  • Title: On-demand drug delivery from self-assembled nanofibrous gels: A new approach for treatment of proteolytic disease

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  • Ma says the nanofibrous hollow microspheres are highly porous, which allows nutrients to enter easily, and they mimic the functions of cellular matrix in the body.

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  • The nanofibrous hollow spheres are combined with cells and then injected into the wound.

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  • The dyads with the incompatible side chains intrinsically self-assemble into nanofibrous structures, whilst the dyad containing the compatible side chains resulted in ill-defined microfibers.

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  • Examples of polymeric nanofibrous scaffolds for regenerating nerves, heart tissue, skin and bone, metal oxide nanofibres for photovoltaic applications, polymeric membranes for ultrafiltration applications were highlighted during his talk.

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  • Examples of polymeric nanofibrous scaffolds for regenerating nerves, heart tissue, skin and bone, metal oxide nanofibres for photovoltaic applications, polymeric membranes for ultrafiltration applications were highlighted during his talk.

    The Hindu - Front Page

  • Examples include hydrogels whose nanofibrous structure can serve as a delivery depot or bioactive scaffold in therapeutic and cosmetic formulations, according to the company.

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  • Examples include hydrogels whose nanofibrous structure can serve as a delivery depot or bioactive scaffold in therapeutic and cosmetic formulations, according to the company.

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