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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Research Project: CHEMICAL MODIFICATIONS OF COTTON TEXTILES

Location: Cotton Chemistry and Utilization Research

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)

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.
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.
Future Directions for Cotton Utilization Research at the USDA, Southern Regional Research Center - (Abstract Only)
(08-Feb-10)
Synthesis and Characterization of Cellulose Derivatives for Water Repellent Properties - (Abstract Only)
(07-Jan-10)
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.
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.
Acceleration of the Enzymatic Hydrolysis of Corn Stover and Sugar Cane Bagasse Celluloses by Low Intensity Uniform Ultrasound     Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Yachmenev, V., Condon, B.D., Klasson, K.T., Lambert, A.H. 2009. Acceleration of the Enzymatic Hydrolysis of Corn Stover and Sugar Cane Bagasse Celluloses by Low Intensity Uniform Ultrasound. Journal of Biobased Materials and Bioenergy. 3(1):25-31.
Acceleration of the Enzymatic Hydrolysis of Cotton Waste Celluloses by Low Intensity Uniform Ultrasound Field - (Abstract Only)
(05-Jan-09)
Phosphorus Containing Flame Retardants and Their Textile Applications - (Abstract Only)
(01-Dec-08)
Polysaccharides and Cellulose in the Design of Wound Healing Materials - (Abstract Only)
(01-Dec-08)
Polysaccharides and cellulose in the design of wound healing materials - (Proceedings)
(01-Dec-08)
The Case for Cotton Wipes and Nonwovens - (Abstract Only)
(16-Jun-08)
Environmental Considerations for Flame Resistant Textiles - (Proceedings)
Wakelyn, P.J., Condon, B.D., Chang, S. 2008. Environmental Considerations for Flame Resistant Textiles. Recent Advances on Flame Retardancy of Polymeric Materials. p. 287.
Novel Biomaterials Methodology, Development and Application - (Abstract Only)
(08-May-08)
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.
Durability and Antimicrobial Properties for Flame Resistant Cotton - (Proceedings)
Chang, S., Condon, B.D., Siragusa, G.R., Parikh, D.V. 2008. Durability and Antimicrobial Properties for Flame Resistant Cotton. National Cotton Council Beltwide Cotton Conference. CDROM. p.1796-1797
The Case for Cotton Wipes and Nonwovens - (Abstract Only)
(15-Apr-08)
Acceleration of Enzymatic conversion of Agricultural Waste Biomass into Bio-fuels by Low Intensity Uniform Ultrasound Field - (Abstract Only)
Yachmenev, V., Condon, B.D., Klasson, K.T., Lambert, A.H., Smith, J.N. 2008. Acceleration of Enzymatic conversion of Agricultural Waste Biomass into Bio-fuels by Low Intensity Uniform Ultrasound Field. 30th Symposium on Biotechnology for Fuels and Chemicals, Book of Abstracts. p. 111.
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.
New Development of Polymer-Based Cotton for Breathable Material - (Abstract Only)
Chang, S., Condon, B.D., Prevost, N.T. 2008. New Development of Polymer-Based Cotton for Breathable Material [abstract]. American Chemical Society National Meeting. CDROM.
Chemical Modification of Cotton for Industrial Applications - (Proceedings)
(06-Jan-08)
Current and Future Directions for Cotton Utilization Research at the USDA Southern Regional Research Center - (Proceedings)
(05-Jan-08)
Technical Aspects of Acceleration of Enzymatic Conversion of Corn Stover Biomass into Bio-fuels by Low Intensity, Uniform Ultrasound Field - (Abstract Only)
Yachmenev, V., Condon, B.D., Klasson, K.T., Lambert, A.H., Smith, J.N. 2008. Technical Aspects of Acceleration of Enzymatic Conversion of Corn Stover Biomass into Bio-fuels by Low Intensity, Uniform Ultrasound Field. 1st Annual World Congress of Industrial Biotechnology, Book of Abstracts. p. 50.
Intensification of Enzymatic Reactions in Heterogeneous Systems by Low Intensity, Uniform Sonication: New Road to “Green Chemistry - (Book / Chapter)
Yachmenev, V., Condon, B.D., Lambert, A.H. 2007. Intensification of Enzymatic Reactions in Heterogeneous Systems by Low Intensity, Uniform Sonication: New Road to “Green Chemistry. In Eggleston, G. and Vercelotti, J.R., editors.American Chemical Society Symposium Series. 972. pp. 10.
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.
Intensification of Enzymatic Bio-Processing of Cotton by Low Intensity Uniform Ultrasound Field - (Proceedings)
Yachmenev, V., Condon, B.D., Lambert, A.H., Smith, J.N. 2008. Intensification of Enzymatic Bio-Processing of Cotton by Low Intensity Uniform Ultrasound Field. National Cotton Council Beltwide Cotton Conference.
Technical Aspects of Use of Ultrasound for Intensification of Enzymatic Bio-Processing: New Path to "Green Chemistry" - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Yachmenev, V., Condon, B.D., Lambert, A.H. 2007. Technical Aspects of Use of Ultrasound for Intensification of Enzymatic Bio-Processing: New Path to "Green Chemistry". International Congress on Acoustic. 38(3-4):1-6.
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)
A Survey of Enzymatic Activity in Commercially Available Pool and Spa Products - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Condon, B.D. 2007. A Survey of Enzymatic Activity in Commercially Available Pool and Spa Products. International Journal of Aquatic Research and Education. 1(1):21-28.
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.
Reducing Automotive Interior Noise with Natural Fiber Nonwoven Fiber Covering Systems - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Parikh, D.V., Chen, Y. 2007. Reducing automotive interior noise with natural fiber nonwoven fiber covering systems. Textile Research Journal. 76(11). p. 813-820.
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.
Epoxy Phosphonate Crosslinkers for Providing Flame Resistance to Cotton Textiles - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Chang, S., Sachinvala, N.D., Sawhney, A.P., Parikh, D.V., Jarrett, W., Grimm, C.C. 2007. Epoxy Phosphonate Crosslinkers for Providing Flame Resistance to Cotton Textiles. Polymers for Advanced Technologies. 18:611-619.
Silver(I) Antimicrobial Cotton Nonwovens and Printcloth - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Sachinvala, N., Parikh, D.V., Sawhney, A.P., Chang, S., Mirzawa, J., Jarrett, W., Joiner, B. 2007. Silver(I) Antimicrobial Cotton Nonwovens and Printcloth. Polymers for Advanced Technologies. 18:620-628.
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.
Zeta-Potential of Concrete in Presence of Chelating Agents - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Popov, K., Glazkova, I., Myagkov, S., Petrov, A., Sedykh, E., Bannykh, L., Yachmenev, V. 2007. Zeta-potential of concrete in presence of chelating agents. Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects. 299:198-202.
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.
Hydrogen-Bond Basic Siloxane Phosphonate Polymers for Surface Acoustic Wave (Saw) Sensors - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Gallagher, S., Hartmann-Thompson, C., Keeley, D.L. 2006. Hydrogen-Bond Basic Siloxane Phosphonate Polymers for Surface Acoustic Wave (Saw) Sensors. Elsevier. 115(2):697-699.
Thermal Isulation Properties of Cellulosic-Based Nonwoven Composites - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Yachmenev, V., Negulescu, I.I., Chen, Y. 2005. Thermal isulation properties of cellulosic-based nonwoven composites. Journal of Industrial Textiles. 36(1):73-87.
Biodegradable, Cellulosic-Based Nonwoven Composites: 1. Thermal Insulation Properties - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
(28-Sep-05)
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.
Enhancement of the Electrokinetic Remediation of Soil Containment with U(vi) by Chelating Agents - (Book / Chapter)
Popov, K.I., Yachmenev, V., Barinov, A. 2005. Enhancement of the Electrokinetic Remediation of Soil Containment with U(VI) by Chelating Agents. In Nowack, B. and VanBriesen, J.M. (Eds) ACS Symposium Series No. 910 "Biogeochemistry of Chelating Agents," p. 398-420.
Siloxane-Phosphonate Polymers - (Proceedings)
(15-Apr-05)
Properties of Lithium-Doped Siloxane-Phosphonate Conducting Polymers - (Proceedings)
(15-Apr-05)
Cellulose Based Nonwoven Insulation Composites - (Proceedings)
Yachmenev, V., Negelescu, I., Yan, C., Calamari Jr, T.A., Parikh, D.V. 2005. Cellulose Based Nonwoven Insulation Composites. National Cotton Council Beltwide Cotton Conference. p. 2741.
Nanotechnology Opens New Routes for the Functional Finishing of Cotton-Rich Textiles - (Proceedings)
Radhakrishnaiah, P., Sawhney, A.P. 2005. Nanotechnology opens new routes for the functional finishing of cotton-rich textiles. National Cotton Council Beltwide Cotton Conference. CD-ROM. p. 2626-2638.
Effects of Cis-Trans Isomerization of the Photopolymerization Behavior of N-Vinyl Amide Monomers - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
White, L.A., Hoyle, C.E., Jonsson, S., Mathais, L.J. 2005. Effects of cis-trans isomerization of the photopolymerization behavior of n-vinyl amide monomers. Trade Journal Publication. v. 8(4). p. 297-308.
Synthesis of Bimetallic Fulvalene and Bis (Cyclopentadienyl) Methane Derivatives of Niobium and Tantalum Tetracarbonyl - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Gallagher, S., Bitterwolf, T.E., Rheingold, A.L., Guzei, A.I., Liable-Sands, L. 2005. Synthesis of bimetallic fulvalene and bis (cyclopentadienyl) methane derivatives of niobium and tantalum tetracarbonyl. Elsevier. Inorganica Chimica Acta. 358:449-451.
Enhancement of Clay Zeta-Potential by Chelating Agents - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Popov, K., Kolosov, A., Ermakov, Y., Yachmenev, V., Yusipovich, A., Shabanova, N., Kogut, B., Frid, A. 2004. Enhancement of clay zeta-potential by chelating agents. Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects. 244:25-29.
Laboratory-Scale Fiber An Nonwovens Production of Cotton-Clay Nancomposite - (Popular Publication)
White, L.A., Delhom, C.D. 2004. Laboratory-scale fiber an nonwovens production of cotton-clay nancomposite. Polymeric Materials: Science and Engineering (PMSE). v. 91. p532.
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.
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