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Microstructure and property of regenepercentaged silk fibroin/chitosan nanofibers

By Zhao Lei, He Yuan-Fang, Wang Qian-Wen and He Chun-Hui


Composite silk fibroin/chitosan nanofiber membrane was fabricated by bubbfil electrospinning. The influence of chitosan content on composite membrane's microstructure, mechanical property, and the percentage of water-dissolved were studied experimentally. The result indicated that the crystallinity of electrospun membrane was enhanced by increasing chitosan concentration. It is noteworthy that the percentage of water-dissolved was the minimum when the weight ratio of silk fibroin/chitosan was 70:30. After the composite membrane treated by the methanol, the percentage of water-dissolved of the nanofiber membrane decreased significantly. The strength and elongation at break of composite membrane increased gradually with the increased content of chitosan. Additionally, the electrospun silk fibroin/chitosan membrane showed excellent antibacterial property

Topics: regenepercentaged silk fibroin, chitosan, bubbfil electrospinning, microstructure, mechanical properties, antibacterial, Mechanical engineering and machinery, TJ1-1570
Publisher: VINCA Institute of Nuclear Sciences
Year: 2016
DOI identifier: 10.2298/TSCI1603979Z
OAI identifier: oai:doaj.org/article:92e1abfc1aa24ee0b867afe7737fd61c
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