Bioactive and resorbable soybean-based biomaterials

L. Ambrosio (Inventor), Luigi Nicolais (Inventor), Jonathan Salvage (Inventor), Matteo Santin (Inventor), Guy Standen (Inventor)

Research output: Patent

Abstract

A method of producing a soybean-based biomaterial which is suitable for use in a biomedical product, the method comprising: defatting soy flour; either prior to or at the same time as, performing a solvent extraction; to produce a biomaterial comprising variable levels of soy proteins, carbohydrates and isoflavones. The resulting biomaterials have a range of biomedical uses and are particularly desirable because of their isoflavone content. Examples of biomedical products containing the biomaterials include wound dressings; scaffolds for tissue engineering; fillers or implants for use in surgery; temporary barriers for use in dental or surgical procedures or to prevent post-surgical tissue adherence; carriers for the delivery of drugs, bioactive peptides or plasmids; anti-inflammatory agents; coatings for wound dressings or for dental, medical, surgical or veterinary devices or implants; and compositions for soothing skin or gum irritation.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 3 Feb 2011

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