Vasudevan Achuthan Dana Farber Cancer Institute
4 protocols

Reviewer
Roopali Agarwal
  • seeking new opportunities, seeking opportunities in the research field
Research focus
  • Biomaterials
  • Biomaterials, Hydrogels, Drug delivery, Wound healing, Wound care, Wound dressings, Biopolymers, Polymer functionalization, Polymeric biomaterials for healthcare applications.

Education

Ph.D., Jamia Hamdard, New Delhi, India, 2016

Publications

 Bhuvanesh Gupta, Roopali Agarwal, M. Sarwar Alam, Antimicrobial and release study of drug loaded PVA/PEO/CMC wound dressings, Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Medicine, 25(6), 1613-1622, 2014.
 Bhuvanesh Gupta, Roopali Agarwal, M. Sarwar Alam, Aloe vera loaded poly(vinyl alcohol)-poly(ethylene oxide)-carboxymethyl cellulose-polyester nonwoven membranes, Journal of Biomaterials and Tissue Engineering, 3, 503-511, 2013.
 Roopali Agarwal, M. Sarwar Alam, Bhuvanesh Gupta, Preparation of curcumin loaded poly(vinyl alcohol)-poly(ethylene oxide)-carboxymethyl cellulose membranes for wound care application, Journal of Biomaterials and Tissue Engineering, 3, 273-283, 2013
 Roopali Agarwal, M. Sarwar Alam, Bhuvanesh Gupta, Polyvinyl alcohol-polyethylene oxide-carboxymethyl cellulose membranes for drug delivery, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 129, 3728–3736, 2013.
 Bhuvanesh Gupta, Roopali Agarwal, M. Sarwar Alam, Preparation and characterization of polyvinyl alcohol-polyethylene oxide-carboxymethyl cellulose blend membranes, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 127, 1301-1308, 2013.
 Bhuvanesh Gupta, Roopali Agarwal, M. S. Alam, Textile based Smart Wound Dressings: Indian Journal of Fibre and Textile Research, 35, 174-187, 2010.
 Bhuvanesh Gupta, Roopali Agarwal, M. S. Alam, Hydrogels for wound healing applications, Chapter in ‘Biomedical Hydrogels’ Woodhead Publications, UK, 2011.
1 Protocol reviewed
Separation of Natural Collagen Crosslinks Using Buffer and Ion-pairing Agent Free Solvents on Silica Hydride Column for Mass Spectrometry Detection
Authors:  Rafea Naffa and Joseph Pesek, date: 05/05/2019, view: 916, Q&A: 0
In this protocol we describe the separation of collagen crosslinks in biological tissues and samples including skin, tendon, cartilage, bone and urine. The existing methods use either cation exchange chromatography followed by post-column ...
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