Alexandru Mihai Grumezescu
Participation in Conferences
Biocompatible Fe3O4 increases the efficacy of amoxicillin delivery against Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria.
Biocellulose nanowhiskers cement composites for endodontic use.
Quorum Sensing Inhibitors from the Sea: Lessons from Marine Symbiotic Relationships.
Prevention of Microbial Biofilms – the Contribution of Micro and Nanostructured Materials.
Methods for Synthesizing the Macromolecular Components of Smart Nanosized Carriers for Controlled Drug Delivery.
New Molecular Strategies for Reducing Implantable Medical Devices Associated Infections.
Biomedical Applications of Synthetic, Biodegradable Polymers for the Development of Anti-Infective Strategies.
Keratin-based biomaterials for biomedical applications.
Usnic acid loaded biocompatible magnetic PLGA-PVA microspheres thin films fabricated by MAPLE with increased resistance to staphylococcal colonization.
Novel strategies to eradicate bacterial communities based on nano and biomaterials.
Improved wound dressings: novel approaches.
Improved activity of aminoglycosides entrapped in silica networks against microbial strains isolated from otolaryngological infections.
MAPLE fabricated magnetite@eugenol and (3-hidroxybutyric acid-co-3-hidroxyvaleric acid) – polyvinyl alcohol microspheres coated surfaces with anti-microbial properties.
Eugenol functionalized magnetite nanostructures used in anti-infectious therapy.
Natural and synthetic polymers for wounds and burns dressing.
Carboxymethyl-cellulose/Fe3O4 nanostructures for antimicrobial substances delivery.
A novel continuous extrusion process to fabricate wedge-shaped light guide plates.
Synthesis, characterization and bioevaluation of irinotecan-collagen hybrid materials for biomedical applications as drug delivery systems in tumoral treatments.
Novel drug delivery magnetite nano-systems used in antimicrobial therapy.
Biomedical applications of natural polymers for drug delivery.
Functionalized antibiofilm thin coatings based on PLA-PVA microspheres loaded with usnic acid natural compounds fabricated by MAPLE.
Fabrication and characterization of bacterial exopolysaccharides microcapsules for antibiotic drug delivery.
Biohybrid nanostructured iron oxide nanoparticles and Satureja hortensis to prevent fungal biofilm development.
Anionic polymers and 10 nm Fe3O4@UA wound dressings support human fetal stem cells normal development and exhibit great antimicrobial properties.
Optimization of culture conditions for the production and extraction of Klebsiella sp. and Pseudomonas sp. bacterial exopolysaccharides.
Virulence markers in Pseudomonas aeruginosa isolates from hospital-acquired infections occurred in patients with underlying cardiovascular disease.
New silica nanostructure for the improved delivery of topical antibiotics used in the treatment of staphylococcal cutaneous infections.
Water dispersible cross-linked magnetic chitosan beads for incresing the antimicrobial efficiency of different therapeutic agents.
Magnetite-usnic acid nanostructured bioactive material with antimicrobial activity.
Fe3O4@C18-carvone to prevent Candida tropicalis biofilm development.
Culture methods versus flow cytometry for the comparative assessment of antifungal activity of Eugenia caryophyllata thunb. (Myrtaceae) essential oil.
Synthesis of uniform core-shell gelatin-alginate microparticles as intestine-released oral delivery drug carrier.
Antimicrobial and biocompatibility assay of newly fabricated materials based copper or zinc alginate and SiO2 network.
A microfluidic chip using phenol formaldehyde resin for uniform-sized polycaprolactone and chitosan microparticles generation.
Synthesis of uniform PLA and PLGA microspheres using a microfluidic chip for comparison.
Water dispersible magnetite nanoparticles influence the efficacy of antibiotics agains planktonic and biofilm embeddedEnterococcus faecalis cells.
Efficient surface functionalization of wound dressings by a phytoactive nanocoating refractory to Candida albicans biofilm development.
In vitro activity of the new water dispersible Fe3O4@usnic acid nanostructure against planktonic and sessile bacterial cells.
Synthesis and characterization of oil-chitosan composite spheres.
Magnetite nanoparticles influence the efficacy of antibiotics against biofilm embeddedStaphylococcus aureus cells.
Eugenia cayophyllata essential oil-SiO2 biohybrid structure for the potentiation of antibiotics activity.
Nanotechnological solution for improving the antibiotic efficiency against biofilms developed by gram-negative bacterial strains.
Phenotypic and molecular evaluation of Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Staphylococcus aureusvirulence patterns in the presence of some essential oils and their major compounds.
Magnetic particles based on chitosan and phytocomponents from Eugenia carryophyllata aqueous extract.
Antitumor activity of magnetite nanoparticles: influence of hydrocarbonated chain of saturated aliphatic monocarboxylic acids.
Biocompatible magnetic hollow silica microspheres for drug delivery.
Magnetic nanoparticles for controlling in vitro fungal biofilms.
Caprolactam-silica network, a strong potentiator of the antimicrobial activity of kanamycin against Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacterial strains.
Functionalized magnetite silica thin films fabricated by MAPLE with antibiofilm properties.
Hybrid nano-structured coating for increased resistance of prosthetic devices to staphylococcal colonization.
Alignment of strechable nanoparticle chains with tunable optical properties formed from molecular machinery.
Tumor marker detection by aptamer-functionalized graphene oxide.
Essential oils and nanotechnology for combating microbial biofilms.
Wound dressing based collagen biomaterials containing usnic acid as quorum sensing inhibitor agent: synthesis, characterization and bioevaluation.
Prosthetic Devices with Functionalized antibiofilm surface based NanoAg@C18.
Antimicrobial potential of benzamides and derived nanosystems for controlling in vitro biofilm development on medical devices.
Fabrication, characterization and in vitro profile based interaction with eukaryotic and prokaryotic cells of alginate-chitosan-silica biocomposite.
Studies of microbial recovery from stainless steel surfaces.
Modified wound dressing with phyto-nanostructured coating to prevent staphylococcal and pseudomonal biofilms development.
Colloidal silica use as dyes removing system.
Water Soluble magnetic biocomposite with potential applications for the antimicrobial therapy.
Water dispersible metal oxide nanobiocomposite as a potentiator of the antimicrobial activity of kanamycin.
Microbiological applications of a new water dispersible magnetic nanobiocomposite.
Polymeric magnetic silica microspheres as a drug loader for antimicrobial delivery substances.
Chitin based biomaterial for antimicrobial therapy: fabrication, characterzation and in vitro profile based intercation with eukaryotic and prokaeryotic cells.
Antibiotic potentiator effect of the natural and synthetic zeolites with well defined nanopores with possible ENT clinical applications.
Phenotypic investigation of virulence profiles in some Candida spp. Strains isolated from different clinical specimens.
Testing antifungal activity of some essential oils using flow cytometry.
Magnetic nanofluid with antitumoral properties.
In vitro evaluation of anti-pathogenic surface coating nanofluid, obtained by combining Fe3O4/C12 nanostructures and 2-((4-ethylphenoxy) methyl)-N-(substituted-phenylcarbamothioyl)-benzamides.
Optimized anti-pathogenic agents based on core/shell nanostructures and 2-((4-ethylphenoxy)methyl)-N-(substituted-phenylcarbamothioyl)-benzamides.
Magnetite nanoparticles for functionalized textile dressing to prevent fungal biofilms development.
Protective effect of magnetite nanoparticle/Salvia officinalis essential oil hybrid nanobiosystem against fungal colonization on the Provox® voice section prosthesis.
Synthesis, characterization and in vitro assessment of the magnetic chitosan-carboxymethylcellulose biocomposite interactions with the prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells.
Hybrid nanomaterial for stabilizing the antibiofilm activity of Eugenia carryophyllata essential oil.
Water soluble magnetite nanoparticles for antimicrobial drugs delivery.
Syntehsis, characterization and biological evaluation of Fe3O4/C12 core/shell nanosystem.
In vitro efficacy of antibiotic magnetic dextran microspheres complexes agains Staphylococcus aures and Pseudomonas aeruginosa strains.
Improved antibacterial activity of cephalosporins loaded in magnetic chitosan microspheres.
Influence of hybrid inorganic/organic mesoporous and nanostructured materials on the cephalosporins’ efficacy on different bacterial strains.
Biocompatible magnetic MWCNTs based on phytocomponents from Eugenia carryophyllata.
Hybrid magnetite nanoparticles/Rosmarinus officinalis essential oil nanobiosystem with antibiofilm activity.
Ocinum basilicum and Mentha piperita essential oils influence the antimicrobial susceptibility ofStaphylococcus aureus strains.
In vitro evaluation of bactericidal and antibiofilm activity of Lonicera tatarica and Viburnum opulus plant extracts on Staphylococcus strains.
Phytochemical composition of the fennel fruits essential oil and its influnence on prokariotic cells growth and pathogenic features.
Rosmarinus officinalis essential oil as antibiotic potentiator against Staphylococcus aureus.
Magnetic Core/Shell Nanoparticle Thin Films Deposited By Maple: Investigation By Chemical, Morphological And In Vitro Biological Assays.
Bioassay and electrochemical evaluation of controlled release behavior of cephalosporins from magnetic nanoparticles.
Screening of antioxidant potential of Lonicera tatarica, Viburnum opulus and Sambucus ebulus L. by multiple in vitro assays.
Hybrid materials for drug delivery of rifampicin: evaluation of release profile.
Inhibitory Activity of Fe3O4/Oleic Acid/Usnic Acid—Core/Shell/Extra-Shell Nanofluid on S. aureus Biofilm Development.
Deae-Cellulose/Fe3O4/Cephalosporins Hybrid Materials For Targeted Drug Delivery.
Hybrid Nanosystem for Stabilizing Essential Oils in Biomedical Applications.
Magnetic scaffold for drug targeting: evaluation of cephalosporins controlled release profile.
Magnetic chitosan for drug targeting and in vitro drug delivery response.
Influence of magnetic MWCNTs on the antimicrobial activity of cephalosporins.
Identification Of Sugars From Silene Albae Herba Using GC–MS.
Phenotipical studies for raw and nanosystem embedded Eugenia carryophyllata buds essential oil effect on Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Staphylococcus aureus strains.
Hybrid nanostructurated material for biomedical applications.
Hybrid organic/inorganic nanomaterial for controlled cephalosporins release.
In vitro methods for the study of microbial biofilms.
Antifungal activity of some vegetal extracts on Candida biofilms developed on inert substratum.
Bacterial adherence to the cellular and inert substrate in the presence of CoFe2O4 and Fe3O4 /oleic acid – core/shell.
In vitro assay of the antimicrobial activity of Fe3O4 and CoFe2O4 / oleic acid – core/shell on clinical isolates of bacterial and fungal strains.
The anti-bacterial activity of magnetic nanofluid: Fe3O4 / oleic acid / cephalosporins – core/shell/adsorbtion-shell proved on S. aureus and E. coli and possible applications as drug delivery systems.
The cytotoxicity of (non)magnetic nanoparticles tested on Escherichia coli and Staphylococcus aureus.
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