Chitosan Derivatives for Medicine
Water-soluble Amphoteric Chitosan Derivatives for the Medicine and Cosmetics Purposes
Tech Area / Field
- MED-DRG/Drug Discovery/Medicine
3 Approved without Funding
TsNIIKhM (Chemistry and Mechanics), Russia, Moscow
- Association of Medical Physicists of Russia (AMFR), Russia, Moscow\nNPO Erlon Ltd., Russia, Moscow\nINEOS (Organo-Element Compounds), Russia, Moscow
- Prodex Inc. / Development Services for Medicine, USA, NJ, Princeton\nBiotransfer, France, Montreuil
Project summaryThe Project aim is the creation of physico-chemical bases on synthesis methods for amphoteric forms of water-soluble carboxylated and sulfated chitosan derivatives with controlled biospecific properties as well as the development of approaches to unified technique of their production.
Another aim of the project is the development of recommendations on the application for the selected range of ointments in medical and preventive cosmetic remedies.
The technical approach and methodology of the project are proceed from the researches on correlation of molecular structure and physic-chemical or biospecific properties of amphoteric water-soluble chitosan derivatives, the basing of possibility for the unification of production methods of devised compounds and model formulations for medical-prophylactic remedies.
We will be grateful to the foreign partners for their estimation of scientific and technical advantages of the project as well as to review for the project. At the same time we invite the foreign partners to take part in any possible work on the project and the discussion of its results, which does not be need any financial investments from them. It would allow the states-founders of ISTC to finance this project and in that way to provide an alternative employment of scientists and engineers, who are connected with the development and the production of the means for conveyance of nuclear ammunitions.
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