Mechanical characteristics of nanocellulose-PEG bionanocomposite wound dressings in wet conditions.

Fengzhen Sun, Henriette R. Nordli, Brita Pukstad, E. Kristofer Gamstedt, Gary Chinga-Carrasco
Journal of the Mechanical Behavior of Biomedical Materials 69, Pages 377 – 384.

Enzymatic-assisted modification of thermo-mechanical pulp fibers for improving the interfacial adhesion with poly(lactic acid) for 3D printing

Daniel Filgueira, Solveig Holmen, Johnny K. Melbø, Diego Moldes, Andreas T. Echtermeyer, Gary Chinga-Carrasco
ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering.

Lignocellulosics as sustainable resources for production of bioplastics – a review.

Malin Brodin, María Vallejos, Mihaela Opedal Tanase, María Cristina Area, Gary Chinga-Carrasco
Journal of Cleaner Production 162, 646-664

The Interaction of Wood Nanocellulose Dressings and the Wound Pathogen P. aeruginosa. 

Alison A. Jack, Henriette R. Nordli, Lydia C. Powell, Kate A. Powell, Himanshu Kishnani, Per Olav Johnsen, Brita Pukstad, David W. Thomas, Gary Chinga-Carrasco, Katja E. Hill
Carbohydrate Polymers 157, 1955 – 1962

Cellulose fibres, nanofibrils and microfibrils: The morphological sequence of MFC components from a plant physiology and fibre technology point of view.

Gary Chinga Carrasco.
Nanoscale Research Letters 2011 6: 417.

Strength Variability of Single Flax Fibres.

Mustafa Aslan, Gary Chinga Carrasco, Bent F. Sørensen, Bo Madsen.
Journal of Materials Science 46:6344-6354.

Structural characterisation of kraft pulp fibres and their nanofibrillated materials for biodegradable composite applications.

 Chinga-Carrasco, G., Miettinen, A., Luengo Hendriks, C.L., Gamstedt, E.K. and Kataja, M.Nanocomposites and Polymers with Analytical Methods, ISBN 978-953-307-352-1, Ed. John Cuppoletti, Publisher: InTech.

Performance properties and micro-structural quantification of fibre-polypropylene composites.

Marianne Lenes, Gary Chinga Carrasco, Øyvind Gregersen
Fiber Reinforced Composites. Ed: Quingzheng (George) Cheng. West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV, USA.

Extrusion-based wood fibre-PP composites: Wood powder and pelletized wood fibres – a comparative study.

Nygard, P., Tanem, B.S., Karlsen, T., Brachet, P. And Leinsvang, B.
Composites Sci. Techn. 68(15-16); 3418-3424.