Subbu S. Venkatraman mainly focuses on Polymer, Nanotechnology, Biomedical engineering, Drug delivery and Composite material. His Polymer research includes elements of Shell, Polymer chemistry, Controlled release and PLGA. His studies examine the connections between PLGA and genetics, as well as such issues in Biodegradable polymer, with regards to Adhesion.
His Nanotechnology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Tissue engineering, Biomedicine and Scaffold. The various areas that he examines in his Biomedical engineering study include Ex vivo, Gelatin, Human studies and Transdermal. His Drug delivery research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Magnetite and Surface coating.
His primary areas of investigation include Polymer, Biomedical engineering, Drug delivery, Nanotechnology and Chemical engineering. The study incorporates disciplines such as Polymer chemistry, Controlled release and PLGA in addition to Polymer. His PLGA research incorporates elements of Polyester and Organic chemistry.
His studies deal with areas such as Biocompatibility, Stent and Self-healing hydrogels as well as Biomedical engineering. His research investigates the connection between Drug delivery and topics such as Pharmacology that intersect with issues in Liposome and In vitro. Nanoparticle is the focus of his Nanotechnology research.
His primary areas of study are Pharmacology, Biomedical engineering, Drug delivery, Nanotechnology and Surgery. His work in Pharmacology addresses subjects such as Liposome, which are connected to disciplines such as Lipid bilayer and Nanoparticle. Subbu S. Venkatraman has researched Biomedical engineering in several fields, including Stent, Restenosis, Self-healing hydrogels and PLGA.
His studies in Drug delivery integrate themes in fields like Bilayer and Intensive care medicine. Subbu S. Venkatraman combines subjects such as Tissue engineering and Scaffold with his study of Nanotechnology. As a part of the same scientific family, Subbu S. Venkatraman mostly works in the field of Scaffold, focusing on Biocompatibility and, on occasion, Polymer.
Subbu S. Venkatraman mostly deals with Self-healing hydrogels, Biomedical engineering, Nanotechnology, Drug delivery and Scaffold. Subbu S. Venkatraman has included themes like Regenerative medicine, Cell morphology, Extracellular matrix, Gelatin and Mesenchymal stem cell in his Self-healing hydrogels study. His Biomedical engineering study combines topics in areas such as Biocompatibility, Compression, Cell sorting, Materials testing and PLGA.
In the subject of general Nanotechnology, his work in Controlled release and Lipophilic drug is often linked to Translation, thereby combining diverse domains of study. His Drug delivery research incorporates themes from Drug-eluting stent, Growth factor and Pharmacology, Drug. His work carried out in the field of Scaffold brings together such families of science as Tissue engineering and Balloon.
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Self-assembled cationic peptide nanoparticles as an efficient antimicrobial agent.
Lihong Liu;Kaijin Xu;Huaying Wang;P. K. Jeremy Tan.
Nature Nanotechnology (2009)
Porous polycaprolactone scaffold for cardiac tissue engineering fabricated by selective laser sintering.
W.Y. Yeong;N. Sudarmadji;H.Y. Yu;C.K. Chua.
Acta Biomaterialia (2010)
Skin adhesives and skin adhesion. 1. Transdermal drug delivery systems
Subbu Venkatraman;Robert Gale.
Polycaprolactone-based biomaterials for tissue engineering and drug delivery: Current scenario and challenges
Debasish Mondal;May Griffith;Subbu S. Venkatraman.
International Journal of Polymeric Materials (2016)
Photopolymerization of cell-encapsulating hydrogels: crosslinking efficiency versus cytotoxicity.
Iris Mironi-Harpaz;Dennis Yingquan Wang;Subbu Venkatraman;Dror Seliktar.
Acta Biomaterialia (2012)
Implanted cardiovascular polymers: Natural, synthetic and bio-inspired
Subbu Venkatraman;Freddy Boey;Luciana Lisa Lao.
Progress in Polymer Science (2008)
Biologically active core/shell nanoparticles self-assembled from cholesterol-terminated PEG-TAT for drug delivery across the blood-brain barrier.
Lihong Liu;Kun Guo;Jia Lu;Subbu S. Venkatraman.
Microstructure of poly(vinyl alcohol) hydrogels produced by freeze/thaw cycling
P. Jeanene Willcox;Douglas W. Howie;Klaus Schmidt-Rohr;David A. Hoagland.
Journal of Polymer Science Part B (1999)
Water-soluble pressure-sensitive mucoadhesive and devices provided therewith for emplacement in a mucosa-lined body cavity
James E. Biegajski;Subbu S. Venkatraman;Ann M. Scott.
Accelerating the Translation of Nanomaterials in Biomedicine.
Samir Mitragotri;Daniel G. Anderson;Xiaoyuan Chen;Edward K. Chow.
ACS Nano (2015)
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