Good day,

I am a bioengineering student and in my investigations I have found several information in articles about the biomechanics of cellulose and collagen, but there is an intriguing study that I have read about the development of areogels for wound treatment using both collagen, as an obvious material for this issue, and dialdehyde nanocellulose, extracted from wood powder, but I have several questions about it: ┐How nanocellulose is compatible with human tissue? and ┐The biomechanical properties of cellulose are viable to mimic the human skin mechanics?

The article is called: Composite areogels based on dialdehyde nanocellulose and collagen for potential applications as wound dressing and tissue engineering scaffold, and is from the Composites Scienece and Technology magazine if you want to revise it.