poly(lactic acid-co-glycolic acid) film

Poly(lactic acid-co-glycolic acid) Film

Synonyms: PLGA Polymer Film

Ratio(LA: GA): 50:50/75:25

Molecular weight: Customisation

Appearance: clear film

Minimal order quantity: 200 square centimeters

PLGA polymer film is a clear, thin, and flexible film made of poly(lactic-co-glycolic acid), a biocompatible and biodegradable polymer. PLGA polymer film has many advantages over other materials, such as:

  • Uniform thickness: PLGA polymer film has a consistent and precise thickness, ranging from 10 to 200 microns, ensuring optimal performance and reliability.
  • Customizability: PLGA polymer film can be tailored to your specific requirements, such as size, shape, porosity, degradation rate, and surface modification. You can also choose from different types of PLGA, such as L-PLGA, DL-PLGA, and PEG-PLGA, depending on your desired properties.
  • Cost-effectiveness: PLGA polymer film is easy to manufacture and store, reducing the production and maintenance costs. PLGA polymer film also has a long shelf life, up to 2 years, making it a durable and economical choice.

PLGA polymer film is ideal for various biomedical applications, such as drug delivery, tissue engineering, wound healing, and implant coating. It has been extensively studied and proven to be safe, effective, and biocompatible.

FAQs

PLGA polymer film can be made by various methods, such as solvent casting, spray drying, compression molding, melt casting, and extrusion. Among these methods, hot melt extrusion (HME) is a continuous and scalable method that can produce PLGA polymer film with tunable thickness and properties.

PLGA polymer film is ideal for various biomedical applications, such as drug delivery, tissue engineering, wound healing, and implant coating. PLGA polymer film has been extensively studied and proven to be safe, effective, and biocompatible.

The properties of PLGA polymer film depend on several factors, such as the type and ratio of PLGA, the amount and type of plasticizer, the porosity and degradation rate of the film, and the surface modification of the film. These factors can be adjusted to achieve the desired characteristics of the film for specific applications.

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