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PLGA nanoribbons array

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Composition

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poly(lactic-co-glycolic acid)

PLGA
Type Polymer
Formula
Role raw materials

Applications

Area Application Nanomaterial Variant Source
diagnostics

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Characterization

Method Nanomaterial Variant Source
optical microscopy

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Biological effects

Biological system Test details Nanomaterial Variant Source
C2C12 myoblasts

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Preparation

Method 1

Type: Physical formation
Source:
Starting materials
  • poly(lactic-co-glycolic acid)
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Product

PLGA nanoribbons array

Edge height: > 4000 nm

Thickness: 41 - 55 nm

Medium/Support: none

Method 2

Type: Physical formation
Source:
Starting materials
  • poly(lactic-co-glycolic acid)
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Product

PLGA nanoribbons array

Edge height: > 4000 nm

Spacing: 50000 nm

Thickness: 41 - 55 nm

Medium/Support: none

Method 3

Type: Physical formation
Source:
Starting materials
  • poly(lactic-co-glycolic acid)
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Product

PLGA nanoribbons array

Edge height: > 4000 nm

Spacing: 100000 nm

Thickness: 41 - 55 nm

Medium/Support: none

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