Biopolymers and Nanomaterials for Medical and Environmental Applications

Author(s): Sher Bahadar Khan, Tahseen kamal

Journal Name: Current Pharmaceutical Design

Volume 25 , Issue 34 , 2019


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[1]
Kamal T, Ul-Islam M, Khan SB, Asiri AM. Adsorption and photocatalyst assisted dye removal and bactericidal performance of ZnO/chitosan coating layer. Int J Biol Macromol 2015; 81: 584-90.
[2]
Kamal T, Anwar Y, Khan SB, Chani MTS, Asiri AM. Dye adsorption and bactericidal properties of TiO2/chitosan coating layer. Carbohydr Polym 2016; 148: 153-60.
[3]
Khan SA, Khan SB, Kamal T, Yasir M, Asiri AM. Antibacterial nanocomposites based on chitosan/Co-MCM as a selective and efficient adsorbent for organic dyes. Int J Biol Macromol 2016; 91: 744-51.
[4]
Khan SB, Ali F, Kamal T, Anwar Y, Asiri AM, Seo J. CuO embedded chitosan spheres as antibacterial adsorbent for dyes. Int J Biol Macromol 2016; 88: 113-9.
[5]
Ahmed MS, Kamal T, Khan SA, et al. Assessment of Anti-bacterial Ni-Al/chitosan Composite Spheres for Adsorption Assisted Photo-Degradation of Organic Pollutants. Curr Nanosci 2016; 12: 569-75.
[6]
Ahmad I, Kamal T, Khan SB, Asiri AM. An efficient and easily retrievable dip catalyst based on silver nanoparticles/chitosan-coated cellulose filter paper. Cellulose 2016; 23(6): 3577-88.
[7]
Ahmad I, Khan SB, Kamal T, Asiri AM. Visible light activated degradation of organic pollutants using zinc-iron selenide. J Mol Liq 2017; 229: 429- 35.
[8]
Ali F, Khan SB, Kamal T, Alamry KA, Asiri AM. Chitosan-titanium oxide fibers supported zero-valent nanoparticles: Highly efficient and easily retrievable catalyst for the removal of organic pollutants. Sci Rep 2018; 8: 18.
[9]
Ali F, Khan SB, Kamal T, Alamry KA, Asiri AM, Sobahi TRA. Chitosan coated cotton cloth supported zero-valent nanoparticles: Simple but economically viable, efficient and easily retrievable catalysts. Sci Rep 2017; 7: 16.
[10]
Ali F, Khan SB, Kamal T, Anwar Y, Alamry KA, Asiri AM. Bactericidal and catalytic performance of green nanocomposite based on chitosan/carbon black fiber supported monometallic and bimetallic nanoparticles. Chemosphere 2017; 188: 588-98.
[11]
Kamal T, Ahmad I, Khan SB, Asiri AM. Agar hydrogel supported metal nanoparticles catalyst for pollutants degradation in water. Desalin Water Treat 2018; 136: 290-8.
[12]
Kamal, T., S.B. Khan, and A.M. Asiri, Nickel nanoparticles-chitosan composite coated cellulose filter paper: an efficient and easily recoverable dipcatalyst for pollutants degradation. Environmental Pollution 2016; 218: 625-33.
[13]
Shehzad A, Ravinayagam V, AlRumaih H, et al. Application of three-dimensional (3D) tumor cell culture systems and mechanism of drug resistance. Curr Pharm Des 2016; 25(34); 3599-607.
[14]
Arif U, Haider S, Haider A, et al. Biocompatible polymers and their potential biomedical applications: a review. Curr Pharm Des 2019; 25(34); 3608- 19.
[15]
Ul-Islam M. Comparative synthesis and characterization of bio-cellulose from local waste and cheap resources. Curr Pharm Des 2019; 25(34); 3664- 71.
[16]
Islam SU, Ahmed MB, Ul-Islam M, Shehzad A, Lee YS. Switching from conventional to nano-natural phytochemicals to prevent and treat cancers: special emphasis on resveratrol. Curr Pharm Des 2019; 25(34); 3620-32.
[17]
Shah N, Gul S, Ul-Islam M. Core-shell molecularly imprinted polymer nanocomposites for biomedical and environmental applications. Curr Pharm Des 2019; 25(34); 3633-44.
[18]
Ismail M, Akhtar K, Khan MI, et al. Pollution, toxicity and carcinogenicity of organic dyes and their catalytic bio-remediation. Curr Pharm Des 2019; 25(34); 3645-63.
[19]
Shah N, Zaman T, Rehan T, et al. Preparation and characterization of agar based magnetic nanocomposite for potential biomedical applications. Curr Pharm Des 2019; 25(34); 3672-80.
[20]
Rehan T, MacEwan D, Shah N, et al. Apoptosis of leukemia cells by Ocimum basilicum fractions following TNF alpha induced activation of JNK and caspase 3. Curr Pharm Des 2019; 25(34); 3681-91.
[21]
Ullah H, Badshah M, Correia A, Wahid F, Santos HA, Khan T. Functionalized bacterial cellulose microparticles for drug delivery in biomedical applications. Curr Pharm Des 2019; 25(34); 3692-701.


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VOLUME: 25
ISSUE: 34
Year: 2019
Published on: 19 November, 2019
Page: [3597 - 3598]
Pages: 2
DOI: 10.2174/138161282534191119155412

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