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Publications in 2010

Find an overview of scientific publications dealing with chitosan in 2010.

Publications in December 2010

In December 2010 116 articles dealing with chitosan or chitosan derivates were published. With 31 publications about chitosan China is the country which publicized the most ones followed by USA with 10 publications and India with 9. There chitosan nanoparticles, evaluation studies and pharmaceutical preparations were of most interest (37, 34 and 33 publications).

chitosan, nanoparticles, cancer, insulin, pollutant elimination

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Alternative Bio Fuels from the Sea?

A cooperation project of the Norwegian University of Life Sciences and the American University of Minnesota opens a new window to the production of bio fuels. The common starchy plant substrates are seen to be substituted by cellulose and chitin – natural polysaccharides that are not used as food.

chitin, bio fuels, starch, cellulose

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