Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Biomaterial


Gujar Anantkumar Jotiram; Milind Shivaji Rohokale; A. Dyson Bruno; Yogesh Kumar Agarwal; Gourav kalra

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 3302-3312

In this study, lignin degradation of lignocellulose waste using biopolymer as derived from
agro waste. Initially, biopolymer was extracted by optimizing recovery time and rhamnolipid
dose. At 50 min of recovery time and 25 % v/v of rhamnolipid dose, a higher of biopolymer
(825 mg/g) was derived. The functional group of biopolymer was predicted and it is exhibited
the hydroxyalkanoates group. Then, hydroxyalkanoates mediated lignin degradation of
lignocellulose waste was proceeded at optimizing conditions.At 27 min of degradation time
and 5 mg of hydroxyalkanoates dose, a higher lignin degradation (52 %) were descried which
is higher than non treated lignocellulose waste. Further, the energy valuation of
hydroxyalkanoates mediated lignin degradation per kg of lignocellulose waste was studied.
During energy valuation, energy expended for centrifugation, drying, stiring, incubation,
control the temperature of lignocellulose waste and hydroxyalkanoates extraction were
considered as the input energy for lignin degradation steps and is measured as 217 kWh 
Energy content of lignocellulose sample after lignin degradation was considered as output
and is measured as 310 kWh. Net energy was assessed by the difference of output and input
energy and is espied as 93 kWh /kg of waste.


Arun Kishroe RN; Gifrin Jayaraj; Gayatri Devi R

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 1, Pages 1353-1359

Maxillary sinus augmentation also known as sinus lift technique is done in posterior maxilla when the tooth is extracted. It is done to regenerate the loss of alveolar bone to place dental implants.The aim of the study is to know which is best for maxillary sinus augmentation. The search was done in PubMed, Google scholar for relevant articles. Out of which, a few systematic reviews and original citations are cited in the review. The relevant articles are explained briefly with the findings, pros and cons and the limitation and future scope of the study is also discussed in the article below. It is concluded that the outcome for maxillary sinus augmentation, the best techniques that can be used for this augmentation and the best biocompatible material which can also be used.