2004 - Fellow of Biomaterials Science and Engineering
Etienne Schacht mostly deals with Polymer chemistry, Polymer, Organic chemistry, Chemical engineering and Ethylene glycol. His Polymer chemistry study incorporates themes from Copolymer, Polymerization and Drug carrier. Etienne Schacht works on Polymer which deals in particular with Natural polymers.
His study looks at the relationship between Natural polymers and topics such as In vitro cytotoxicity, which overlap with Nanotechnology. His Chemical engineering research incorporates elements of In vitro, Glass transition, Biomaterial, Dextran and Gelatin. His research integrates issues of Surface modification and Microparticle in his study of Ethylene glycol.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Polymer chemistry, Polymer, Organic chemistry, Chemical engineering and Dextran. His studies deal with areas such as Copolymer, Ethylene glycol and Polymerization as well as Polymer chemistry. While the research belongs to areas of Polymer, he spends his time largely on the problem of Adhesion, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Epoxy.
His Amino acid research extends to Organic chemistry, which is thematically connected. His Chemical engineering research integrates issues from Methacrylate and Gelatin. Etienne Schacht interconnects Tissue engineering, Biomaterial and Biomedical engineering in the investigation of issues within Gelatin.
His primary areas of study are Polymer chemistry, Chemical engineering, Organic chemistry, Biomedical engineering and Polymer. Etienne Schacht has researched Polymer chemistry in several fields, including Adhesion, Surface modification and Monomer. Etienne Schacht has included themes like Methacrylate and Microstructure in his Chemical engineering study.
The Organic chemistry study combines topics in areas such as Amino acid, Procainamide and Metronidazole. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Flexible electronics, Gelatin and Implant. His Polymer research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Secondary ion mass spectrometry, Mass spectrum, Nanotechnology, Membrane and Homogeneous distribution.
His primary areas of investigation include Analytical chemistry, Atmospheric pressure, Dielectric barrier discharge, Polymer chemistry and Chemical engineering. He works mostly in the field of Analytical chemistry, limiting it down to topics relating to Plasma polymerization and, in certain cases, Argon, Thin film and X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy, as a part of the same area of interest. His research in Polymer chemistry is mostly concerned with Self-healing hydrogels.
His Self-healing hydrogels research includes elements of Size-exclusion chromatography, Swelling, Thiolactone and Chemical modification. The concepts of his Chemical engineering study are interwoven with issues in Porosity, Gelatin and Partial pressure. His Biomaterial study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Tissue engineering, Natural polymers, Biopolymer, Polymer and In vitro cytotoxicity.
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Biopolymer-based hydrogels as scaffolds for tissue engineering applications: a review
S. Van Vlierberghe;P. Dubruel;E. Schacht.
In vitro evaluation of mucoadhesive properties of chitosan and some other natural polymers
Claus-Michael Lehr;Joke A. Bouwstra;Etienne H. Schacht;Hans E. Junginger.
International Journal of Pharmaceutics (1992)
Silicon-on-Insulator microring resonator for sensitive and label-free biosensing
Katrien De Vos;Irene Bartolozzi;Etienne Schacht;Peter Bienstman.
Optics Express (2007)
Nonthermal Plasma Technology as a Versatile Strategy for Polymeric Biomaterials Surface Modification: A Review
Tim Desmet;Rino Morent;Nathalie De Geyter;Christophe Leys.
Characterization of Vectors for Gene Therapy Formed by Self-Assembly of DNA with Synthetic Block Co-Polymers
Margreet A. Wolfert;Etienne H. Schacht;Veska Toncheva;Karel Ulbrich.
Human Gene Therapy (1996)
Novel vectors for gene delivery formed by self-assembly of DNA with poly(L-lysine) grafted with hydrophilic polymers.
Veska Toncheva;Margreet A Wolfert;Philip R Dash;David Oupicky.
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (1998)
Poly(ethylene glycol) multiblock copolymer as a carrier of anti-cancer drug doxorubicin.
Michal Pechar;Karel Ulbrich;Vladimír Šubr;Leonard W. Seymour.
Bioconjugate Chemistry (2000)
In vitro and in vivo biocompatibility of dextran dialdehyde cross-linked gelatin hydrogel films.
Jean-Pierre Draye;Bernard Delaey;André Van de Voorde;An Van Den Bulcke.
Structure-activity relationships of poly(L-lysines): effects of pegylation and molecular shape on physicochemical and biological properties in gene delivery.
Marjo Männistö;Sylvie Vanderkerken;Veska Toncheva;Matti Elomaa.
Journal of Controlled Release (2002)
Isolation, proliferation and differentiation of osteoblastic cells to study cell/biomaterial interactions: comparison of different isolation techniques and source.
Heidi Declercq;Natasja Van den Vreken;Erna De Maeyer;Ronald Verbeeck.
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