Request PDF on ResearchGate | Collagen microparticles: Preparation and properties | Collagen microparticles (CMPs) of diameters ranging from about 3 to PDF | First published as an Advance Article on the web 18th Bone is a hierarchically structured material with collagen-mineral composite, containing nano-sized mineral D. Herbage, F. Borsali, C. Buffevant, F. Flandin and. distribution and function of various collagen types in different tissues. It introduces their basic structural subunits and points out major steps in the biosynthesis.
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On the other hand, the assay of reducible collagen crosslinks in rat skin, over the same age F. Flandin, D. Herbage, C. Buffevant, S. Bazin. Collagen in tissues was characterized in terms of thermal .. Flandin F, Buffevant C, Herbage D. A differential scanning calorimetry analysis of. Collagen is the most abundant protein in animals. This fibrous fibrillar structure of type I collagen—the prototypical collagen fibril— has been.
It is however interesting to men- and collagen thermal stabilization through dehydration tion that most part of the historical parchments so far and cross-links formation.
The relative proportion of analysed more than , independently on their prov- peptide bonds cleavage and cross-linking seems there- enance Northern and Central Italy, Denmark, United fore to depend on the water content. They show a in the previous paragraphs [9, 13, 16, 69].
Thermal destabilization states, is represented by SC , SC and SC and intermediate state formation is relected by the documents from the State Archives of Florence. On the other hand, cross-linking is still inconclusive due to scarcity of currently avail- prevailed and stabilized SC Royal Library of able data. Interestingly, a much centuries showed Tmax values higher, lower or even stronger gelatinisation was found in the latter case.
A more sys- Obviously, samples in the irst group are signiicantly tematic study of the behavour of crystalline collagen more susceptible to further ageing and deterioration in historical parchments is therefore foreseen. DSC is a sophisticated and versatile technique Further details on the deterioration mechanisms that allows us to measure the heat low associated of ibrillar collagen in parchments arise from more with collagen thermal transitions in parchments as a accurate DSC measurements on samples in dehy- function of temperature using microsamples in fully drated condition.
The results we have obtained so far hydrated conditions and solid state. Its employment as indicated a rather monotonous behaviour of Tmax for advanced tool for the assessment of historical parch- parchments exposed to accelerated ageing at various ment offers a valuable characterization of the thermal temperatures in controlled RH atmosphere , while stability of ibrillar collagen which is directly related a clear tendency to decrease accompanied by peak to the denaturation parameters, temperature and en- splitting was found for parchment exposed to NOx thalpy of deterioration, half-width and height of the and SO2 .
On the other hand, Tmax was reported denaturation endotherm, which can be compared in the to increase with cross-linking by Budrugeac and parchments exposed to various accelerated ageing ex- Miu .
These results are in very good agreement periments and in historical parchments. Finally, DSC 39 E. Della Gatta analysis has thus enabled us to identify two competing 7. Facchini A. Fessas D. Thermochimica Acta. Della Gatta G. Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry.
Addition- EU-Directorate-General for Research. This information is of Budrugeac P. Badea E. Polymer preservation methods. Degradation and Stability. Journal of Acknowledgment. Our research was inanced by the Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry. CT , the Piedmont Region through the Elena Badea gratefully Participation of Dr.
Schreiner M. Certex Publishing House, Bucharest. Some of the Gatta G. Nardini Editore. DSC measurements were also performed by Alex- p.
Collagen extraction from bovine articular cartilage
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The weight of all samples was checked after the DSC measurements to ensure that no water loss had occurred during the heating runs.
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To allow water evaporation, the DSC pan was pierced. The dehydration process consists in breaking the bonds between the water molecules and the solid substrate. For many applications it is important to know the enthalpy of fusion. Synthesis of Hydrogels. These changes could be assigned to the presence of pHEMA and to its crucial role into the obtained structures. Termination of free radical polymerization occurs by recombination or disproportionation.
Concomitantly, the copolymerization and cross-linking of pHEMA with functionalized collagen by the development of a semiinterpenetrated polymer network takes place.
The intermolecular physical and chemical bonds of the partial interpenetrated network of obtained hydrogels ensure a high structural integrity and consistency as the water insolubility Figure S1 in the Supporting Information and the superabsorbent character see below of the novel materials prepared.
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Kinetic parameters of swelling are given in Table S2 in the Supporting Information. Clin Chim Acta. The triple helical structure of collagen arises from an unusual abundance of three amino acids: glycine, proline, and hydroxyproline. They showed that the collagen crease in denaturation temperature during speciic molecule can be quite extensively damaged by cleavage accelerated ageing experiments, i.