Regenerated keratin fibers and their potential applications in textile and biomedical industries

Helan Xu, Xiang Mi, Yiqi Yang

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Abstract

We report regeneration of protein fibers from poultry feathers and waste wool using green processes after more than two decades of research. There is potential to apply the technologies on highly crosslinked proteins, which are or will be largely available from agricultural and biofuel industries.

Original languageEnglish (US)
StatePublished - Jan 1 2015
EventFiber Society's Spring 2015 Conference, in conjunction with the 2015 International Conference on Advanced Fibers and Polymer Materials: Functional Fibers and Textiles - Shanghai, China
Duration: May 24 2015May 27 2015

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OtherFiber Society's Spring 2015 Conference, in conjunction with the 2015 International Conference on Advanced Fibers and Polymer Materials: Functional Fibers and Textiles
CountryChina
CityShanghai
Period5/24/155/27/15

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Keratin
Keratins
Textiles
Proteins
Poultry
Biofuels
Fibers
Wool
Industry

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  • Materials Science(all)

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Xu, H., Mi, X., & Yang, Y. (2015). Regenerated keratin fibers and their potential applications in textile and biomedical industries. Paper presented at Fiber Society's Spring 2015 Conference, in conjunction with the 2015 International Conference on Advanced Fibers and Polymer Materials: Functional Fibers and Textiles, Shanghai, China.

Regenerated keratin fibers and their potential applications in textile and biomedical industries. / Xu, Helan; Mi, Xiang; Yang, Yiqi.

2015. Paper presented at Fiber Society's Spring 2015 Conference, in conjunction with the 2015 International Conference on Advanced Fibers and Polymer Materials: Functional Fibers and Textiles, Shanghai, China.

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Xu, H, Mi, X & Yang, Y 2015, 'Regenerated keratin fibers and their potential applications in textile and biomedical industries', Paper presented at Fiber Society's Spring 2015 Conference, in conjunction with the 2015 International Conference on Advanced Fibers and Polymer Materials: Functional Fibers and Textiles, Shanghai, China, 5/24/15 - 5/27/15.
Xu H, Mi X, Yang Y. Regenerated keratin fibers and their potential applications in textile and biomedical industries. 2015. Paper presented at Fiber Society's Spring 2015 Conference, in conjunction with the 2015 International Conference on Advanced Fibers and Polymer Materials: Functional Fibers and Textiles, Shanghai, China.
Xu, Helan ; Mi, Xiang ; Yang, Yiqi. / Regenerated keratin fibers and their potential applications in textile and biomedical industries. Paper presented at Fiber Society's Spring 2015 Conference, in conjunction with the 2015 International Conference on Advanced Fibers and Polymer Materials: Functional Fibers and Textiles, Shanghai, China.
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