Green Peptide–nanomaterials; A Friendly Healing Touch for Skin Wound Regeneration

Advanced Nano Research

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Title Green Peptide–nanomaterials; A Friendly Healing Touch for Skin Wound Regeneration
Creator Nath, Debjani
Banerjee, Pratyusha
Ray, Anugrah
Bairagi, Baishakhi
Subject wound healing
tissue regeneration
green peptide nanoparticles
Description The complex phenomenon by which the body responds to any injury of skin or tissue is known as wound healing. A number of phases like exudative, proliferative, and extracellular matrix remodeling are orchestrated events to be occurred involving blood cells, parenchymal cells, and different soluble mediators. Different internal, as well as external factors, regulate the speed and quality of healing. The delay in wound healing process causes the chronic wound or scar formation. At the present moment, the upscale research for identification of agents causing accelerated healing is important. Moreover, the biocompatibility of the accelerators needs to be investigated. Recent biomedical researches for wound care target to provide antimicrobial protection as well as matrix scaffolding for quick repairing of the skin tissue. In recent studies with natural peptides have shown that they are important components in developing the nano-medicines for their usefulness and therapeutic efficiency. New therapeutic formulations can be developed using these natural peptides utilizing different nanoparticle delivery system. This review deals with the developmental study on efficient wound care system where the possible use of natural peptides in combination with nanomaterials has been explored. A trial has also been made on the findings made over the past few years on the use of peptides as tissue regenerating agents through effective wound healing pathway.
Publisher AIJR Publisher
Date 2019-03-22
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
Review Articles
Format application/pdf
Source Advanced Nano Research; Vol. 2 No. 1 (2019); 14-31
Language eng
Rights Copyright (c) 2019 Debjani Nath, Pratyusha Banerjee, Anugrah Ray, Baishakhi Bairagi

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