Keratin Nanomaterials and Biomaterials Made From Keratin Nanomaterials
Keratin nanomaterials are a new chemical entity that can be used to make biomaterials and other materials. They have a unique ability for self-assembly and spontaneous form highly ordered material structures with novel mechanical, chemical, and biological characteristics. They have advantages over conventional biomacromolecules in that keratin nanomaterials have a different chemical composition and elicit different responses when in contact with cells and tissues.
Bookmark this page
Download as PDF
For Information, Contact:
Senior Licensing Manager
Virginia Tech Intellectual Properties, Inc.
Mark Van Dyke
© 2017. All Rights Reserved. Powered by