POSTER PRESENTATIONS
P1: Bacterial Cellulose as a Material for Innovative Cardiovascular Implants
     Andree Verena., Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Erlangen, Germany

P2: Probiotic edible films from bacterial cellulose/cashew tree gum
     Henriette Azeredo, EMBRAPA, Brazil

P3: Scaffolds of bacterial cellulose functionalized with bioactive metal phosphates
     Ana Paula Testa Pezzin, UNIVILLE, Brazil

P4: Evaluation of bacterial nanocellulose degradation after exposure in different abiotic and biotic components
     Andréa Lima Schneider, UNIVILLE, Brazil

P5: Antimicrobial wound dressing based on bacterial cellulose containing silver nanoparticles
     Hernane da Silva Barud, University of Araquarara/UNIARA, Brazil

P6: Nano-fibrillated bacterial cellulose with hydrophobic surface characteristics by heterogeneous silylation
     Hiroyuki Kono, National Institute of Technology, Japan

P7: Construction and performance study of integrated bacterial cellulose hernia mesh
     Xie Jing, East China Jiaotong University, China

P8: Preparation and properties of graphene oxidebacterial cellulose nanocomposites with gradient structure
     Liu Jinzhi, East China Jiaotong University, China

P9: Enhancement of mechanical and biological properties of calcium phosphate bone cement by incorporating bacterial cellulose
     Quanchao Zhang, East China Jiaotong University, China

P10: Step-by-step self-assembly of 2D few-layer reduced graphene oxide into 3D architecture of bacterial cellulose for a robust, ultralight, and recyclable all-carbon absorbent
     Jie Wang, East China Jiaotong University, China

P11: Study on Microwave Absorbing Properties of Fe3O4/Bacterial Cellulose Composites
     Zhihuan Huang, East China Jiaotong University, China

P12: Silver nanowire-doped bacterial cellulose as potential antimicrobial wound dressing
     Mengxia Peng, East China Jiaotong University, China

P13: Effect of Nanofibrillated bacterial cellulose (NFBC) inclusion on the physical properties of pulp fiber sheets and polyvinyl alcohol films
     Ryoko Maruyama, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan

P14: A Toolbox of Pharmaceutical Strategies for the Controllable Skin Delivery of Boswellia Extracts using Bacterial Nanocellulose
     Berit Karl, Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Germany

P15: Obtaining and characterization of new composite of bacterial nanocelullose containing bioliquefied brown coal
     Marzena Jedrzejczak-Krzepkowska, Lodz University of Technology, Poland

P16: Biosynthesis of BNC and BNC-based nitrocellulose
     Vera Budaeva, Institute for Problems of Chemical and Energetic Technologies, Russia

P17: Characterization of the proteins encoded by the second cellulose synthase operon
     Szymczak Izabela, Lodz University of Technology, Poland

P18: Novel chitosan-coated bacterial cellulose hydrogels for controlled delivery systems
     Aloña Retegui Miner, Escuela Ingeniería de Gipuzkoa, San Sebastian

P19: Evaluation of in vitro cytotoxicity of Bacterial Cellulose obtained from agroindustrial byproducts
     Fábia Karine Andrade, Universidade Federal do Ceará, Brazil

P20: Delivery of antiseptic solutions by a bacterial cellulose wound dressing: PHMB, octenidine and povidone-iodine
     Ives Bernardelli de Mattos, University Wuerzburg, Germany

P21: Synthesis of bacterial cellulose by Komagataeibacter strains in agitated and static process conditions
     Rosa, M. F., EMBRAPA, Brazil

P22: Evaluation of the synthesis of bacterial cellulose by acetic acid bacteria isolated from vinegar industry using soybean molasses as fermentative substrate
     Rosa, M. F., EMBRAPA, Brazil

P23: Surface modification of bacterial cellulose membranes for microfluidic applications
     Silvestre, S. L., Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal

P24: Identification and Engineering of Native and Non-native Secretion Systems in K. rhaeticus to engineer biomaterials with unique properties
     Amritpal Singh, Imperial College London, UK

P25: Challenges on specific surface area analysis of cellulosic materials
     Anett Kondor, Surface Measurement Systems Ltd., UK

P26: Influence of different types of bacterial nanocellulose on development of oil-in-water Pickering emulsions
     Náyra Pinto, Embrapa Tropical Agroindustry, Brazil

P27: Nanopapers based on bacterial cellulose with conductive, magnetic or photochromic properties
     Agnieszka Tercjak, University of the Basque Country, Spain

P28: Synthesis of Hydrophobic Bacterial Cellulose Nanocrystals for the Retention of Oils
     Pezzin, A.P.T., Universidade da Região de Joinville,  Brazil

P29: Life cycle assessment of bacterial cellulose production in soybean molasses culture medium
     Ana Iraidy Santa Brigida, Embrapa Agroindústria Tropical, Brazil

P30: Influence of fermentation time and bacterial strains on properties of bacterial cellulose produced by soybean molasses fermentation
     Ana Iraidy Santa Brigida, Embrapa Agroindústria Tropical, Brazil

P30: Bacterial cellulose membranes incorporated with herbal extracts
     Pezzin, A.P.T., Universidade da Região de Joinville,  Brazil

P31: Microwave-assisted periodate oxidation and characterization of bacterial cellulose
     Morsyleide de Freitas Rosa, EMBRAPA, Brazil

P32: Bioactivity and biocompatibility of hybrid systems based on bacterial cellulose/strontium P32: Bioactivity and biocompatibility of hybrid systems based on bacterial cellulose/strontium apatite
     Andrade, F. K., Department of Chemical Engineering/ Federal University of Ceará (UFC), Brazil

P33: BNC-based scaffolds for tissue engineering: preparation and characterization
     Izabela Cielecka, Institute of Technical Biochemistry, Lodz University of Technology, Poland

P34: Bioactive dressing based on bacterial cellulose and papain for wound debridement
     Andrade, F. K., Department of Chemical Engineering/ Federal University of Ceará (UFC), Brazil

P35: Towards Texture Control of Bacterial Cellulose
     Sabio, L., Facultad de Ciencias, Universidad de Granada

P36: Spray-dried redispersible bacterial nanocellulose microspheres
     M. L. Foresti, Institute of Technology in Polymers and Nanotechnology (ITPN), Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina
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