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Judson Vincent Edwards (Vince)
Cotton Chemistry and Utilization Research
Research Chemist

Phone: (504) 286-4360
Fax: (504) 286-4390
Room 3111
1100 ROBERT E. LEE BLVD.
BLDG 001 SRRC
NEW ORLEANS, LA, 70124

Projects
CHEMICAL MODIFICATION OF COTTON FOR VALUE ADDED APPLICATIONS
Appropriated (D)
  Accession Number: 418309

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Exploring biomedical applications of cotton - (Proceedings)
Edwards, J.V., Prevost, N.T., Condon, B.D., French, A.D. 2013. Exploring biomedical applications of cotton. American Chemical Society National Meeting. The Anselme Payen Award Symposium: Polysaccharides for Sustainable Chemistry: Polysaccharides for Biomedical Applications. http://www.softconference.com/acschem/player.asp?PVQ=HGFE&fVQ=FHMHFF&hVQ=. Slides 1-35.
Elastase kinetics and structural features of colorimetric and fluorescent peptides on cellulose nanocrystals - (Abstract Only) - (28-Oct-13)
Nanocellulose-based biosensors: design, preparation, and activity of peptide-linked cotton cellulose nanocrystals having fluorimetric and colorimetric elastase detection sensitivity - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Edwards, J.V., Prevost, N.T., French, A.D., Concha, M.C., Delucca, A., Wu, Q. 2013. Nanocellulose-based biosensors: design, preparation, and activity of peptide-linked cotton cellulose nanocrystals having fluorimetric and colorimetric elastase detection sensitivity. Engineering. 5:20-28.
Citrate-linkekd keto- and aldo-hexose monosaccharide cellulose conjugates demonstrate selective human neutrophil elastase-lowering activity in cotton dressings - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Edwards, J.V., Caston-Pierre, S. 2013. Citrate-linkekd keto- and aldo-hexose monosaccharide cellulose conjugates demonstrate selective human neutrophil elastase-lowering activity in cotton dressings. Journal of Functional Biomaterials. 4:59-73.
Peptide conjugated cellulose nanocrystals with sensitive human neutrophil elastase sensor activity - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Edwards, J.V., Prevost, N.T., Sethumadhavan, K., Ullah, A.H., Condon, B.D. 2013. Colorimetric elastase sensor with peptide-conjugated cellulose nanocrystals interfaced to dialysis membranes. Cellulose. 20:1223-1235.
A comparison of hemorrhage control and hydrogen peroxide generation in commercial and cotton-based wound dressing materials - (Proceedings)
Edwards, J.V., Bopp, A.F., Graves, E.E., Condon, B.D. 2013. A comparison of hemorrhage control and hydrogen peroxide generation in commercial and cotton-based wound dressing materials. Proceedings of the Wound Healing Society Wound Repair and Regeneration. 21(2):A21.
In vitro hemostatic, hydrogen peroxide production and elastase sequestration properties of nonwoven ultra clean greige cotton dressing - (Abstract Only) - (05-Feb-13)
Colorimetric elastase sensor with peptide conjugated cellulose nanocrystals is interfaced to dialysis membranes - (Abstract Only) - (20-Dec-12)
Exploring biosensor applications with cotton cellulose nanocrystalline protein and peptide conjugates - (Abstract Only) - (02-Nov-12)
Electrokinetic profiles of nonowoven cotton for absorbent incontinence material - (Proceedings)
Edwards, J.V., Sawhney, A.P., Condon, B.D., Prevost, N.T., Reynolds, M.L., Allen Jr, H.C., French, A.D., Bopp, A. 2012. Electrokinetic profiles of nonowoven cotton for absorbent incontinence material. Proceedings of National Cotton Council Beltwide Cotton Conference. 1404-1410.
Thrombin production and human neutrophil elastase sequestration by modified cellulose dressings and their electrokinetic analysis - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Edwards, J.V., Prevost, N.T. 2011. Thrombin production and human neutrophil elastase sequestration by modified cellulose dressings and their electrokinetic analysis. Journal of Functional Biomaterials. 2(4):391-413.
Immobilization of lysozyme-cellulose amide-linked conjugates on cellulose I and II cotton nanocrystalline preparations - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Edwards, J.V., Prevost, N.T., Condon, B.D., French, A.D., Wu, Q. 2012. Immobilization of lysozyme-cellulose amide-linked conjugates on cellulose I and II cotton nanocrystalline preparations. Cellulose. 19(2):495-506.
A preliminary study of dyeing greige cotton nonwoven fabrics with and without traditional scouring and bleaching processes - (Proceedings)
Reynolds, M.L., Allen Jr, H.C., Sawhney, A.P., Edwards, J.V., Slopek, R.P., Condon, B.D. 2012. A preliminary study of dyeing greige cotton nonwoven fabrics with and without traditional scouring and bleaching processes. Proceedings of National Cotton Council Beltwide Cotton Conference. 1396-1403.
pH-directed self-assembling helical peptide conformation - (Book / Chapter)
Edwards, J.V., French, A.D., Jacks, T.J., Rajasekaran, K. 2012. pH-directed self-assembling helical peptide conformation. In: Rajasekaran, K., et al., Small Wonders: Peptides for Disease Control. Washington, DC:American Chemical Society American Chemistry Society Book Chapter. p. 203-213. DOI: 10.1021/bk-2012-1095.ch010
Covalent attachment of lysozyme to cotton/cellulose materials: protein verses solid support activation - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Edwards, J.V., Prevost, N.T., Condon, B.D., French, A.D. 2011. Covalent attachment of lysozyme to cotton/cellulose materials: protein verses solid support activation. Cellulose. 18(5):1239-1249.
Effect of water pressure on absorbency of hydroentangled greige cotton nonwoven fabrics - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Sawhney, A.P., Allen Jr, H.C., Reynolds, M.L., Condon, B.D., Slopek, R.P., Edwards, J.V. 2011. Effect of water pressure on absorbency of hydroentangled greige cotton nonwoven fabrics. Textile Research Journal. 82(1):21-26.
New developments in functional medical textiles and their mechanism of action - (Book / Chapter)
Edwards, J.V., Goheen, S. 2011. New developments in functional medical textiles and their mechanism of action. In: Pan, N., Sun, G., editors. Functional Textiles for Improved Performance, Protection nd Health. Cambridge, UK: Woodhead Publishing Limited. 293-319.
Immobilization of lysozyme-cellulose amide-linked conjugates on cellulose i and ii cotton nanocrystalline preparations - (Abstract Only)
Edwards, J.V., Prevost, N.T., Condon, B.D., French, A.D., Wu, Q. 2012. Immobilization of lysozyme-cellulose amide-linked conjugates on cellulose i and ii cotton nanocrystalline preparations. [abstract]. American Chemical Society National Meeting. Paper No. 116.
Chromatographic and traditional albumin isotherms on cellulose: a model for wound protein adsorption on modified cotton - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Edwards, J.V., Castro, N.J., Condon, B.D., Costable, C.R., Goheen, S.C. 2012. Chromatographic and traditional albumin isotherms on cellulose: a model for wound protein adsorption on modified cotton. Journal of Biomaterials Applications. 26(8):939-961.
Electrokinetic properties of incontinence nonwoven devices - (Proceedings)
Edwards, J.V., Condon, B.D., Parikh, D.V., Batiste, S.L., Prevost, N.T., Reynolds, M.L., Allen Jr, H.C., Ducruet, M., Sawhney, A.P. 2011. Electrokinetic properties of incontinence nonwoven devices. National Cotton Council Beltwide Cotton Conference. 1454-1460.
Exploring enzymes on cotton and their product targets - (Proceedings)
Edwards, J.V., Condon, B.D., Prevost, N.T., French, A.D. 2011. Exploring enzymes on cotton and their product targets. National Cotton Council Beltwide Cotton Conference. 1398-1403.
Immobilization of lysozyme on cotton fabrics; synthesis, characterication, and activity - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Edwards, J.V., Prevost, N.T., Condon, B.D., Sethumadhavan, K., Ullah, A.H. 2011. Immobilization of lysozyme on cotton fabrics; synthesis, characterication, and activity. American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists Review. 11(3):73-79.
Exploring biomedical ppplications of cotton - (Abstract Only)
Edwards, J.V., Prevost, N.T., Condon, B.D., French, A.D. 2010. Exploring biomedical ppplications of cotton. American Chemical Society National Meeting. Talk was presented and recorded on March 27, 2011 and available online for one year at http://www.softconference.com/ACSchem/sessionDetail.asp?
Preparation and characterization of aminobenzyl cellulose by two step synthesis from native cellulose - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Chang, S., Condon, B.D., Edwards, J.V. 2010. Preparation and characterization of aminobenzyl cellulose by two step synthesis from native cellulose. Fibers and Polymers. 11(8):1101-1105.
Future Directions for Cotton Utilization Research at the USDA, Southern Regional Research Center - (Abstract Only) - (08-Feb-10)
Investigating the role of charge on cotton materials designed to intervene in the hemostatic and inflammatory stages of wound healing - (Abstract Only) - (15-Oct-09)
Positively and Negatively Charged Ionic Modifications to Cellulose Assessed as Cotton-Based Protease-Lowering and Haemostatic Wound Agents - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Edwards, J.V., Howley, P.S., Prevost, N.T., Condon, B.D., Arnold, J.W., Diegelmann, R. 2009. Positively and Negatively Charged Ionic Modifications to Cellulose Assessed as Cotton-Based Protease-Lowering and Haemostatic Wound Agents. Cellulose. 16(5):911-921.
Development of a continuous finishing chemistry process for manufacture of a phosphorylated cotton chronic wound dressing - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Edwards, J.V., Howley, P.S., Yachmenev, V., Condon, B.D. 2009. Development of a continuous finishing chemistry process for manufacture of a phosphorylated cotton chronic wound dressing. Journal of Industrial Textiles. 39(1):27:43.
Cellulose Modifications and Their Future Application - (Abstract Only)
Chang, S., Condon, B.D., Edwards, J.V., Prevost, N.T. 2009. Cellulose Modifications and Their Future Application [abstract]. Proceedings of American Chemical Society National Meeting. CELL 48.
Textile Materials and Structures for Wound Care Products - (Book / Chapter)
Gupta, B.S., Edwards, J.V. 2009. Textile Materials and Structures for Wound Care Products. In: Rajendran, S., editor. Advanced Textiles for Wound Care. Great Abington Cambridge, UK. Woodhead Publishing Limited. p. 48-92.
Efficacy of silver (I) antimicrobial dressings - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Parikh, D.V., Edwards, J.V., Condon, B.D., De Lucca II, A.J., Parikh, A. 2009. Efficacy of silver (I) antimicrobial dressings. Nonwovens and Technical Textiles. 2(2):22-25, 32.
Study of Phosphorous and Nitrogen Containing Economic Flame Retardant Materials and Their Textile Application - (Abstract Only) - (15-Dec-08)
Polysaccharides and cellulose in the design of wound healing materials - (Proceedings) - (01-Dec-08)
Polysaccharides and Cellulose in the Design of Wound Healing Materials - (Abstract Only) - (01-Dec-08)
Improving on army field gauze for lethal vascular injuries: a progress report - (Proceedings)
Edwards, J.V., Parikh, D.V., Condon, B.D., Howley, P.S., Batiste, S.L. 2009. Improving on army field gauze for lethal vascular injuries: a progress report. National Cotton Council Beltwide Cotton Conference. 1432-1435.
Immobilization of lysozyme on cotton fabrics; synthesis, characterization, and activity - (Proceedings)
Prevost, N.T., Edwards, J.V., Condon, B.D., Batiste, S.L., Howley, P.S., Sethumadhavan, K., Ullah, A.H. 2009. Immobilization of lysozyme on cotton fabrics; synthesis, characterization, and activity. Proceedings of the National Cotton Council Beltwide Cotton Conference. 1398-1401.
Antimicrobial profiles of substrates monitored by volatile emissions of individual species and mixed consortia of bacteria - (Proceedings)
Arnold, J.W., Edwards, J.V. 2008. Antimicrobial profiles of substrates monitored by volatile emissions of individual species and mixed consortia of bacteria. Industrial Fabrics Association International Conference.
Novel Biomaterials Methodology, Development and Application - (Abstract Only) - (08-May-08)
Silver-Carboxylate Ion-Paired Alginate and Carboxymethylated Cotton with Antimicrobial Activity - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Parikh, D.V., Edwards, J.V., Condon, B.D., Parikh, A. 2008. Silver-Carboxylate Ion-Paired Alginate and Carboxymethylated Cotton with Antimicrobial Activity. American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists Review. 8(8):38-43.
Improving on Army Field Gauze for Lethal Vascular Injuries: Challenges in Dressing Development - (Proceedings)
Edwards, J.V., Parikh, D.V., Howley, P.S., Batiste, S.L., Condon, B.D. 2008. Improving on Army Field Gauze for Lethal Vascular Injuries: Challenges in Dressing Development. National Cotton Council Beltwide Cotton Conference. CDROM. p. 1859-1862.
The Case for Cotton Wipes and Nonwovens - (Abstract Only) - (15-Apr-08)
Exploring Modifications of Cotton with Biopolymers - (Proceedings)
Edwards, J.V., Batiste, S.L., Howley, P.S., Arnold, J.W., Prevost, N.T., Sawhney, A.P. 2008. Exploring Modifications of Cotton with Biopolymers. National Cotton Council Beltwide Cotton Conference.
Performance of Bioactive Molecules on Cotton Textiles - (Abstract Only)
Edwards, J.V., Arnold, J.W. 2008. Performance of Bioactive Molecules on Cotton Textiles. National Cotton Council Beltwide Cotton Conference. January 8-11, 2008. Nashville, TN.
A Comparison of volatile organic compound profiles from bacteria on poultry - (Abstract Only)
Arnold, J.W., Edwards, J.V. 2008. A comparison of volatile organic compound profiles from bacteria on poultry. American Chemical Society Abstracts. AGFD 87.
Volatile Organic Compounds Produced by Bacteria from the Poultry Processing Environment - (Abstract Only)
Arnold, J.W., Edwards, J.V. 2008. Volatile Organic Compounds Produced by Bacteria from the Poultry Processing Environment. American Chemical Society Abstracts. AGFD 88.
A Bio-Sensor for Human Neutrophil Elastase Employs Peptide-p-nitroanilide Cellulose Conjugates - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Edwards, J.V., Caston-Pierre, S., Howley, P.S., Condon, B.D., Arnold, J.W. 2008. A bio-sensor for human neutrophil elastase employs peptide-p-nitroanilide cellulose conjugates. Sensor Letters. 6(4):518-523.
Cellulose Derivatives for Water Repellent Properties - (Abstract Only)
Chang, S., Condon, B.D., Edwards, J.V. 2007. Cellulose Derivatives for Water Repellent Properties [abstract]. American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists Abstracts. CDROM.
Cellulose Derivatives for Water Repellent Properties - (Abstract Only) - (15-Jul-07)
Preventing Decubitus Ulcers with Cotton Sheeting Systems - (Proceedings)
Edwards, J.V., Howley, P.S., Prevost, N.T., Batiste, S.L., Chen, J. 2007. Preventing Decubitus Ulcers with Cotton Sheeting Systems. National Cotton Council Beltwide Cotton Conference. p. 1251-1259.
Oleic Acid Transfer from Cotton by Albumin Binding as a Potential Cationic Protease-Lowering Effect for Chronic Wound Dressings - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Edwards, J.V., Howley, P.S., Cohen, I., Davis, R., Mintzer, E., Mashchak, A., Goheen, S.C. 2007. Oleic Acid Transfer from Cotton by Albumin Binding as a Potential Cationic Protease-Lowering Effect for Chronic Wound Dressings. International Journal of Pharmaceutics. 340:42-51.
Human Neutrophil Elastase and Collagenase Sequestration with Phosphorylated Cotton Wound Dressings. - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Edwards, J.V., Howley, P.S., Condon, B.D. 2007. Human Neutrophil Elastase and Collagenase Sequestration with Phosphorylated Cotton Wound Dressings. Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part A. 83A(2):446-454.
Performance of Bioactive Molecules on Cotton and Other Textiles - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Edwards, J.V., Goheen, S.C. 2006. Performance of Bioactive Molecules on Cotton and Other Textiles. Research Journal of Textile and Apparel. 10(4). p. 19-32.
New Uses for Immobilized Enzymes and Substrates on Cotton and Cellulose Fibers - (Book / Chapter)
Edwards, J.V., Ullah, A.H., Sethumadhavan, K., Batiste, S.L., Bel, P., Von Hoven, T.M., Goynes Jr, W.R., Condon, B.D., Pierre, S.C. 2007. New Uses for Immobilized Enzymes & Substrates on Cotton & Cellulose Fibers. American Chemical Society Symposium Series. 972:171-185.
Cotton and Protein Interactions - (Book / Chapter)
Goheen, S.C., Edwards, J.V., Rayburn, A., Gaither, K., Castro, N. 2006. Cotton and Protein Interactions. In Edwards, J.V., Buschle-Diller, G. and Goheen, S.C., editors. Modified Fibers with Medical and Specialty Applications. A.A. Dordrecht, The Netherlands. Springer. p. 49-65.
Flexible and Absorbent Cotton-Alginate Wound Dressing - (Proceedings)
Edwards, J.V., Howley, P.S., Yachmenev, V., Goynes, W.R. 2006. Flexible and Absorbent Cotton-Alginate Wound Dressing. National Cotton Council Beltwide Cotton Conference. p. 2364-2372.
Cotton Fiber Chemistry and Technology - (Book / Chapter)
Wakelyn, P., Bertoniere, N.R., French, A.D., Thibodeaux, D.P., Triplett, B.A., Rousselle, M.A., Goynes Jr, W.R., Edwards, J.V., Hunter, L., McAlister Iii, D., Gamble, G.R. 2006. Cotton fiber chemistry and technology. Handbook of Fiber Science and Technology.
Future Structure and Properties of Mechanism-Based Wound Dressings - (Proceedings)
Edwards, J.V. 2004. Future structure and properties of mechanism-based wound dressings. Proceedings of the Industrial Fabrics Association International. p. 145-159.
Detection of Human Neutrophil Elastase with Peptide-Bound Cross-Linked Ethoxylate Acrylate Resin Analogs - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Edwards, J.V., Pierre, S.C., Bopp, A.F., Goynes, W.R. 2005. Detection of Human Neutrophil Elastase with Peptide-Bound Cross-Linked Ethoxylate Acrylate Resin Analogs. Peptide Research. 66:160-168.
Determination of Monosaccharide Ester Conjugates of Cellulose with High Performance Liquid Chromatography - (Proceedings) - (20-Sep-04)
In Vitro Inhibition of Human Neutrophil Elastase by Oleic Acid Albumin Formulations from Derivatized Cotton Wound Dressings - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Edwards, J.V., Howley, P.S., Cohen, I. 2004. In Vitro Inhibition of Human Neutrophil Elastase by Oleic Acid Albumin Formulations from Derivatized Cotton Wound Dressings. International Journal of Pharmaceutics. 284:1-12.
Research and Development of An Active Cotton-Based Wound Dressing for Use in Chronic Wounds - (Proceedings)
Edwards, J.V., Bopp, A., Yachmenev, V., Goheen, S., Yager, D., Cohen, I. 2004. Issues in the research and development of an active cotton-based wound dressing for use in chronic wounds. American Chemical Society National Meeting. Abstract No. 149.
The Study of Colorimetric Detection of Human Neutrophil Elastase with Selectively Modified Crosslinked Ethoxylate Acrylate Resins: An Approach to Wound Healing - (Abstract Only) - (13-Apr-03)
Colorimetric Detection of Human Leukocyte Elastase with Modified Cellulose Dipsticks - (Peer Reviewed Journal) - (13-Apr-03)
Detection of Human Neutrophil Elastase with Selectively Modified Cross-Linked Ethoxylate Acrylate Resins - (Abstract Only)
Pierre, S.C., Edwards, J.V., Bopp, A.F., Goynes, W.R. 2003. Detection of Human Neutrophil Elastase with Selectively Modified Cross-Linked Ethoxylate Acrylate Resins [abstract]. American Chemical Society Abstracts. 225(1-2):CELL 66.
Sequestration and Controlled Release Issues in the Design and Preparation of Protease-Lowering Cotton Fibers for Chronic Wounds - (Abstract Only) - (25-Jan-03)
Human neutrophil elastase inhibition with a novel cotton alginate wound dressing formulation - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Edwards, J.V., Bopp, A.F., Batiste, S.L., Goynes, W.R. 2003. Human neutrophil elastase inhibition with a novel cotton alginate wound dressing formulation. Journal of Biomedical Materials Research. 433-440.
Albumin Displacement of Oleic Acid from Wound Dressings Promotes an Elastase-Lowering Effect in Chronic Wound Fluid - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Edwards, J.V., Howley, P.S., Cohen, I. 2002. Albumin Displacement of Oleic Acid from Wound Dressings Promotes an Elastase-Lowering Effect in Chronic Wound Fluid [abstract]. Journal of Wound Repair and Regeneration. 13(2):A36.
Design, Preparation and Assessment of Carbohydrate-Crosslinked Cotton Gauzes as Functional Wound Dressings - (Abstract Only)
Edwards, J.V., Bopp, A.F., Batiste, S.L., Goynes, W.R., Eggleston, G., Diegelmann, R.F., Yager, D.R. 2002. Design, Preparation and Assessment of Carbohydrate-Crosslinked Cotton Gauzes as Functional Wound Dressings [abstract]. American Chemical Society Abstracts. 223(1-2):CELL 10.
Modified Cotton Gauze Dressings that Selectively Absorb Neutrophil Elastase Activity in Solution - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Edwards, J.V., Montante, S., Bopp, A., Bertoniere, N., Yager, D., Cohen, I., Diegelmann, R.F. 2001. Modified Cotton Gauze Dressings that Selectively Absorb Neutrophil Elastase Activity in Solution. Journal of Wound Repair and Regeneration. 9(1):50-58.
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