Ultrafine silk powder from biocompatible surfactant-assisted milling
A method for producing silk nanoparticles was presented where a biocompatible surfactant, Tween 80, was used to assist milling. Initially, silk particles with a volume median particle size (d(0.5)) of ~. 7. μm were produced as a precursor, by attritor mi
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