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Assia Nacer Khodja

Centre de Recherche Nucléaire d’Alger (CRNA), 2, Bd Frantz Fanon, Alger Algérie, Algeria


Assia Nacer Khodja is associated with the Centre de Recherche Nucléaire d’Alger (CRNA), 2, Bd Frantz Fanon, Alger Algérie, Algeria.His skills and expertise in Biopolymers,Biomaterials,Polymers,Biodegradable Polymers,Crosslinking,Polymeric Materials,Polymer Science,Polymerization,Biomaterial Science,Polymer Engineering.

Study of Bacterium Fixation Stability on Gamma Radiation Synthesized Carriers to Improve Degradation

Hydrogels that are formed by gamma radiation, as a threedimensional network of macromolecules, are considered as stable insoluble matrices. They exhibit very interesting mechanical properties and are thus suitable for a wide range of applications.... Read More»

Assia Djefal-Kerrar, Khalida Ouallouche Abdoun, Ryma Chouikrat, Yakout Guendouz El-Kahina, Assia Nacer Khodja and Mohamed Mahlous

Research Article: J Bioremed Biodegrad 2011, 2:117

DOI: 10.4172/2155-6199.1000117

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