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A Brief History of Polymeric Cryogels Vladmir I. Lozinsky Basic Principles of Cryotropic Gelation Vladimir I. Lozinsky, Oguz Okay Synthesis, Structure-Property Relationships of Cryogels Oguz Okay, Vladimir I. Lozinsky Kinetic Analysis of Cryotropic Gelation of Poly(vinyl alcohol)/water Solutions by Small-Angle Neutron Scattering Claudio De Rosa, Finizia Auriemma, Rocco Di Girolamo Cryogels via UV Irradiation Technique Petar D. Petrov, Christo B. Tsvetanov Inorganic Cryogels Oleg A. Shlyakhtin Cryogels for Biotechnological Applications Bo Mattiasson Poly(vinyl alcohol) Cryogels for Biomedical Applications Wankei Wan, A. Dawn Bannerman, Lifang Yang, Helium Mak.
A Brief History of Polymeric Cryogels.- General Aspects of Cryotropic Gelation.- Synthesis, Structure-Property Relationships of Cryogels.- Kinetic Analysis of Cryotropic Gelation by Small-Angle Neutron Scattering.- Cryogels via UV Irradiation Technique.- Inorganic Cryogels.- Cryogels for Biotechnological Applications.- Cryogels for Biomedical Applications.