Data for:"Microfluidic-assisted silk nanoparticle tuning"

Dataset

Description

The current manufacture of silk nanoparticles using desolvation method is time-consuming and lack ability to tune nanoparticle characteristics. Over the last decade, microfluidics has been developed which enables to manipulate particle properties by fine-tuning process parameters such as the total flow rate and flow rate ratios. Our aim was therefore to manufacture silk nanoparticles by desolvation using the NanoAssemblrTM microfluidic setup.

All datasets for each figure provided in separate zipped folders. All measurements, equipment and software used in this study are detailed in the Readme file provided
Date made available22 Nov 2018
PublisherUniversity of Strathclyde
Date of data production31 Jul 2017 - 31 Mar 2018

Cite this

Wongpinyochit, T. (Creator), Totten, J. (Creator), Johnston, B. (Creator), Seib, P. (Creator). (22 Nov 2018). Data for:"Microfluidic-assisted silk nanoparticle tuning". University of Strathclyde. Data_Figure5_FTIR(.zip), Data_Figure8_Confocal(.zip), Data_Figure1_cartridge(.zip), Data_Figure2_yield(.zip), Data_Figure3_Figure4_DLS_stability(.zip), Data_Figure6_SEM(.zip), Readme(.docx), Data_Figure7_Cytotoxicity_TNF(.zip). 10.15129/8763783e-813f-4753-a178-e81b4fd3011f