7th Freiberg Collagen Symposium

The Freiberg Collagen Symposium was first initiated in 1996. It was supposed to build a platform for knowledge transfer in the research field "Collagen - Extraction, Preparation and Application of collageneous raw materials" and to enhance the networking of the instiute´s scientists with partners and experts of the of the industry and other research institutions.

Since then the symposium, taking place every 4 years, has developed to become an established, international meeting point for national and international experts in the field of collagen research. Current knowledge about the protein and its application is shared and discussed. The main focus is on fundamental questions concerning chemical and molecular properties, progress in processing and modification, as well as findings for industrial application.

After careful considerations with regard to a rapidly spreading Covid-19 pandemic and many uncertainties in the future we decided – admittedly with a heavy heart – to cancel the “Freiberg Collagen Symposium”, scheduled for September 30, and October 1st, 2020. Facing a continued health crises, expected long-term travel restrictions throughout Europe and worldwide as well as increasingly difficult economic conditions, we believe that postponing the conference until next year is the only choice. The next “Freiberg Collagen Symposium” is scheduled for September 29th and 30th, 2021 here with us in Freiberg.

We regret this step deeply, though at present we do not see any alternative to provide reliable planning for you and for us as organisers. In this context, we are looking forward to welcome you next year here with us in Freiberg!

We thank you for your understanding. Remain healthy, all the best and see you in 2021!

On behalf of the FILK Freiberg management and the organising team of the “Freiberg Collagen Symposium”

September, 29th and 30th, 2021 in Freiberg

7th Freiberg Collagen Symposium September 29 to 30, 2021 in Freiberg

Conference on collagen research with emphasis on fundamental questions of chemical and molecular properties, progress in processing and modification, and findings for industrial application.

For the 7th Freiberg Collagen Symposium we are looking for speakers who would like to present their ideas, findings and applications on the following topics:


  • Fundamental research
  • Collagen structure and modelling
  • New preparation techniques and processing technologies
  • Chemical and physical modification
  • New crosslinking technologies
  • Collagen-based biomaterials
  • Hybrid materials from collagen and biopolymers
  • New collagen sources and analogues
  • Analytical aspects
  • Metabolic action and associated diseases

The Call for Papers is now open. We are looking forward to your submission as poster or oral presentation until June 25, 2021. For abstract submission, please use our new „Easy Access Abstract Submission System“. Simply register, follow the instructions and complete the submission step by step.

Author´s Guidelines and organisational informationen you find here: Author´s Guidelines

For technical questions please contact Dr. Ina Prade oder Dr. Enno Klüver per Email.

Date of Conference

September 29 and 30, 2021


Forschungsinstitut für Leder und Kunststoffbahnen (FILK) gGmbH

Meißner Ring 1-5
09599 Freiberg, Germany


Alte Mensa Freiberg
Petersstraße 5
09599 Freiberg, Germany

Conference languages


Registration fees

The prices are per person including an abstract booklet, refreshments and the evening event.

Participation fee €490
Members of FILK association €390
Members of universities €250
Students €250
Speakers €100


For your travel and accomodation arrangements, please use our service information.

Technical Contact

Dr. Michael Meyer, Dr. Ina Prade, Dr. Enno Klüver of FILK gGmbH, Freiberg


Christin Zingelmann, FILK gGmbH, Freiberg
Phone: +49 3731 366-124
E-Mail: christin.zingelmann@filkfreiberg.de

Please use the online form to register. The registration is open until September, 15, 2021.

If registration is cancelled before September 15, 2021, we will refund the participation fee deducting a € 50 handling fee after the conference. If the notification of cancellation is received after this date, no refund will be made.


With the receipt of the online registration, the contract between VGCT and the participant is legally binding. A confirmation and the invoice will be sent to you by email. Our general terms and conditions apply.

We have reserved a limited number of rooms at the following hotels. Please, book your room directly with the hotel mentioning the reference „Collagen Symposium“.

Altstadt Hotel (+49 3731 207030, E-Mail)

Hotel Alekto (+49 3731 7940, E-Mail)

Hotel Am Obermarkt (+49 3731 26370, E-Mail)

Hotel Freyhof (+ 49 3731 7750730, E-Mail)

Hotel Kreller (+49 3731 35900, E-Mail)

Hotel Mauck´sches Gut (+49 3731 33978, E-Mail)

Hotel Regenbogenhaus (+49 3731 79850, E-Mail)

If you have questions concerning the Freiberg Collagen Symposium or want to be informed directly on news regarding the conference, please contact Christin Zingelmann

by telephone: +49 3731 366-124 or by email: christin.zingelmann@filkfreiberg.de

Here you can download the programme.

September 14, 2016


Doors open & registration



Opening, greetings



Extrusion-based Additive Manufacturing with collagen and its derivatives for biomedical applications

Michael Gelinsky, Centre for Translational Bone, Joint and Soft Tissue Research, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany


Laser structuring and biological testing of gelatin scaffolds for tissue engineering applications 

Nicole Hauptmann, Institute for Bioprocessing and Analytical Measurement Techniques e.V., Germany


Adaptation of collagen properties for 3D printing 

Ina Prade, FILK, Germany


Coffee break



Preparation and characterisation of pre-vascularized collagen scaffolds 

Matthias Wiele, FILK, Germany



Collagen-based supramolecular structures in tissue engineering and regenerative medicine – New tricks for the old protein’

Dimitrios Zeugolis, Biosciences Research Building, National University of Ireland, Ireland


 Lunch break



Structure, mechanical properties and hydration effects in tendon collagen 


Peter Fratzl, Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces, Germany



Collagen based materials - Small angle X-ray scattering studies of structure related to strength 

Richard Haverkamp, School of Engineering and Advanced Technology, Massey University, New Zealand


Micro-structural analysis of leather based on 3D image data

Katja Schladitz, Fraunhofer Institute for Industrial Mathematics ITWM, Germany


Modifications of collagens during mumification - the case of mummy of Cangrande I della Scala, Lord of Verona, Italy (1291-1329 AD) 

Ivan Mikšík, Institute of Physiology, The Czech Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic


Poster session with coffee



End of lecture programme



Start social programme


 September 15, 2016 


Doors open



Cattle: history, breeds and breeding for collagen 

Johannes A. Lenstra, Utrecht University, Netherlands


Collagen hydrolysate from solid waste of leather industry as a film-forming material for Brassica napus seed coating 

Justa Sirvaityte, Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania


More efficient use of collagen derivatives from tannery and fish waste

Maksym Koliada, Kyiv National University of Technologies & Design, Ukraine


Coffee break



Structure, rheology and novel applications of self-assembled collagen matrices for cancer cell research

Ben Fabry, Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany


New Protocol for the stabilization of collagen in the presence of dendrimers and EDC/NHS or DMTMM as cross-linking-agents 

Valentina Beghetto, Università Ca' Foscari Venezia, Italy


New developments to synthetic tissue adhesives

Jörg Bohrisch, Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Polymer Research IAP, Germany


Lunch break



Artificial extracellular matrices based on collagen and glycosaminoglycan derivatives – promising candidates for the design of functional biomaterials 

Vera Hintze, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany


Functional und structural insights into TIMP-3- glycosaminoglycan interactions - implications for the design of functional biomaterials for chronic wound healing 

Sandra Rother, Max Bergmann Center of Biomaterials, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany


Coffee break



Scaffolene: Centrifugal spinning, a technology for fiber and nonwoven production 

Dirk Grafahrend, Freudenberg New Technologies Se & Co KG, Germany


Shrinkage of collagen scaffolds using calcium chloride to alter mechanical properties

Luuk Versteegden, Radboud Institute for Molecular Life Sciences, Radboud University Medical Center, Netherlands


End of 6th Freiberg Collagen Symposium with Coffee


Day 1

Peter Bruckner, University of Münster, Germany
Matrix Suprastructures: What‘s So Special About Alloys, Composites, and Networks Rather Than Molecules
Tim Wess, Cardiff University, United Kingdom
Structure of Collagen in the Several Stages of Processing Shown by Scattering Techniques
Katarina Wolf, Radboud University Nijmegen Medical Centre, The Netherlands
Physicochemical Determinants of Cell Migration in Three-Dimensional Tissue 
Fergal J. O‘Brien, Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, Ireland
Requirements for the Mechanical and Morphological Properties of Collagen-based Scaffolds for Tissue Engineering Applications
Ana Marina Ferreira, Politecnico di Torino - Sede di Alessandria, Italy
The Influence of Proteoglycans on Collagen Properties
Leon Olde Damink, Matricel GmbH, Germany
Development of a Novel Collagen-based Conduit for Peripheral Nerve Regeneration (Neuromaix); Control of Micro-architecture
Dieter Falkenburg, Viscofan BioEngineering, Germany
Collagen Cell Carrier for Biomedical Applications
Matthias Pretzler, Graz University of Technology, Austria
Cross-linking of Collagen with Laccases and Tyrosinases
Katrin Schwikal, Thüringisches Institut für Textil- und Kunststoff-Forschung (TITK) e.V., Germany
Collagen Composite Fibers
Viktoriia P. Plavan, Kiev National University of Technologies & Design, Ukraine
Evaluation of Some Derma Collagen Peculiarities after Non-chromium
Methods of Tanning

Day  2

Hermann Ehrlich, Technical University Bergakademie Freiberg, Germany
Collagens of Aquatic Invertebrates: Insights, Trends and Open Questions
Michael Gelinsky, Centre for Translational Bone, Joint and Soft Tissue Research, Germany
3D-Plotting of Collagen and Collagen Biopolymer Blends for Soft Tissue Engineering
Wolfgang Friess, LMU Munich, Germany
Collagen-based Drug Delivery Systems
Silke Erdmann, University of Lübeck, Germany
New Marine Collagen Source as a Scaffolding Material for Cartilage Tissue Engineering
Judith Sewing, Coastal Research & Management GbR, Germany
Collagen Matrix from Jellyfish with a Tissue-specific Stiffness for Cartilage Tissue Engineering
Birgit Hoyer, Centre for Translational Bone, Joint and Soft Tissue Research, Germany
Osteochondral Scaffolds Made of Marine Collagens
Nora Haufe, Dresden University of Technology, Germany
Study on the Influence of Polyphenols on Collagen Assembly and Tanning of Hide Powder
Enno Klüver, Forschungsinstitut für Leder und Kunststoffbahnen (FILK), Germany
Preparation, Processing and Rheology of Thermoplastic Collagen
René Larsen, The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Denmark
Transformation of Collagen into Gelatine in Historical Leather and Parchment Caused by Natural Deterioration and Moist Treatment
Lee Gonzales, Cardiff University, United Kingdom
Chemometric Methods to Evaluate the Oxidative Degradation of Parchment
Ivan Miksik, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Czech Republik
Determination and Quantification of Collagen Types by LC-MS/MS and CE-MS/MS
Hauke Wulf, Forschungsinstitut für Leder und Kunststoffbahnen (FILK), Germany
Species identification in leather and collagen based products of animal origin
Michaela Schröpfer, Forschungsinstitut für Leder und Kunststoffbahnen (FILK), Germany
Influences on Thermal Stability of Fibrous Collagen - Calorimetric Investigations

Day 1

Plenary Session

W. Kunz, D. Touraud; Universität Regensburg (D)
Specific ionic effects in nature and technics, in particular in connection with proteins
H. Wagner; Bundesforschungsanstalt für Ernährung und Lebensmittel (BFEL), Detmold (D)
Stable isotope signatures - a method for the determination of the origin of hides and leather?
M. Jung; Biotype AG, Dresden (D)
Proof of origin for raw hides with biomolecular methods


Session A - Leather

B. Plinke, F. Schlüter; Fraunhofer-Institut für Holzforschung WKI, Braunschweig (D); P. Nowara; FILK, Freiberg (D)
Thermographic inspection of semifinished leather products - Results from
preliminary investigations, prospects for in-line applications
J. Bohrisch; Fraunhofer-Institut für angewandte Polymerforschung (IAP), Golm (D); S. Gruner, R. Geis, M. Meyer; FILK, Freiberg (D)
A permanent and environmental stable marking system for leather - traceability via encapsulated DNA
M. Wolf; FILK, Freiberg (D)
The impact of different beamhouse chemicals on the activity of the Yarrowia lipases
A. Mädler, C. Petzold; FILK, Freiberg (D)
Fingers sensitivity for haptic properties of leather
J. Borris; Fraunhofer-Institut für Schicht- und Oberflächentechnik (IST), Braunschweig (D); R. Hänsel; FILK, Freiberg (D)
Plasma technology for surface modification and coating of leather
H. Rudolph; FILK, Freiberg (D)
Prospects of digital printing on leather
M. Schröpfer; FILK, Freiberg (D)
Dimensional and structural stability of leather under alternating climate conditions
A. Schulze; Landesamt für Denkmalpflege Sachsen, Dresden (D)
Requirements for leather for application in artistry and cultural asset preservation


Session B - Collagen (english only)

K. Mewes; Phenion GmbH & Co. KG, Düsseldorf (D); T. Brune, A . Prießner, A. Bernd, K. R. Schroeder; Universitätsklinikum Frankfurt a. M. (D)
The importance of collagen for the development and function of a fullthickness skin model
L. Just, Universität Tübingen (D)
A novel collagen cell carrier for cell culture systems
M. Wieland, Skin & Health Care AG Dr. Suwelack, Billerbeck, (D)
Application of innovative collagen matrices as dermis substitute
S. Heinemann, C. Heinemann; Max-Bergmann-Zentrum (MBZ), Dresden (D); B. Nies; InnoTERE GmbH, Dresden (D); M. Meyer; FILK, Freiberg (D); T. Hanke; H. Worch; Max-Bergmann-Zentrum (MBZ), Dresden (D)
Biomimetic hybrid materials based on silica, collagen and calcium phosphates
M. Gelinsky, U. König, M. Eckert; Max-Bergmann-Zentrum (MBZ), Dresden (D)
Mineralised collagen - a biomimetic nanocomposite material for bone regeneration
M. Ahlers; Gelita AG, Ebersbach (D); C. Bohnsack; B. Braun Melsungen AG (D); Ch. Gassmeier; TETEC® AG, Reutlingen (D); K. Benz; Naturwissenschaftliches und Medizinisches Institut (NMI), Universität Tübingen (D)
Gelatine scaffolds for cartilage regeneration
S. Erdmann, H. Nothbohm; Medizinische Universität Lübeck (D)
Marine collagen in cartilage tissue engineering
R. Schade; Institut für Bioprozess- und Analysenmesstechnik e.V. (Iba), Heiligenstadt (D)
Application of the 2 photon technique for characterising and structuring of cell carrier materials on collagen basis for biomedicine and microsystems technology


Day 2

K. Rappold; Verband Deutscher Gelatinehersteller e. V., Frankfurt a. M. (D)
The consequences of REACH for gelatin and collagen manufacturing
R. Kniep; Max-Planck-Institut für Chemische Physik und feste Stoffe (MPI CPFS), Dresden (D)
Nanocomposites from apatit-gelatine and calcit-gelatin: About biomimetic teeth and otoliths
I. Stachel, M. Meyer; FILK, Freiberg (D)
Enzymatic crosslinking of collagen by transglutaminase: Identification of crosslinking sites


Session A - Leather

V. Plavan; Universität Kiev (UKR)
Chitosan as crosslinking agent of collagen for tanning improvement
J. Ma Adzet; La Asociación de investigación de las Industrias del Curtido yAnexas (AIICA), Barcelona (ES)
Instantaneous and continual penetration process of skin fibre weave with chrome liquor
M. Catalina, G. Attenburrow, A. D. Covington, A. P. M. Antunes; Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC,) Barcelona (ES); J. Cot, University of Northampton (UK)
Application of gelatin extracted from chrome-tanned waste as a finishing agent for leather
J. Fennen, C. Page; TFL Leather Technology Ltd., Basel (CH)
Solar-reflective leather is cool!


Session B - Collagen (english only)

G. C. Chitanu; Technical University of Iasi, Institute of Macromolecular Chemistry (ROM)
Interaction of maleic acid copolymers with collagen hydrolysate and influence of low molecular ions or salts
C. Gaidau; Sucursala Institutul de Cercetari Pielarie Incaltaminte (ICPI), Bucharesti (ROM)
Advanced biomaterials obtained by processing by-products of the leather industry
Hagen Baltzer; FILK, Freiberg (D)
Preparation and rheological characterisation of native collagen suspensions
K. Schwikal; Thüringisches Institut für Textil- und Kunststoff-Forschung e.V. (TITK), Rudolstadt (D); M. Meyer, H. Baltzer, O. Kotlarski, FILK, Freiberg (D)
Manufacturing technologies and characterisation of endless collagen monofilaments








Day 1

Meyer, W.; Tierärztliche Hochschule Hannover

Histologic  analogies  of pig skin, bovine hide and human skin

Engel, J.; Universität Basel
Stabilisation of the collagen triple-helix and collagen fibrils by water: pros and contras
Gutsmann, T.; Forschungszentrum Borstel
Atomic force microscopic investigations into the structure and function of collagen fibrils
Siggel, L., BASF
Computer modeling of the collagen structure


Session I - Leather 

Trommer, A.; FILK Freiberg
Leather behaviour under changing climate conditions
Guterres, M; Brasilien
Mass balances during beamhouse work and tanning
Kleban, M.; Bayer AG Leverkusen
Tanning with iron ions: New investigations of an old system
Baumgarten, S., Buer, T., RWTH Aachen, Scholtz, W., BLC Northampton
Experience with membrane technologies in different stages of leather manufacture
W. G. Scholz, BLC; P. Rougé, AGBAR; A. Bódalo Uni Murcia
Desalination of mixed tannery effluent with membrane bioreactor and reverse osmosis treatment
Adzet, J.M.; AIICA Igualada
De-Tanning of chrome tanned collagen
Keshavarz, T.; Uni Westminster
Use of Enzymes for environmentally friendly processes
Evans, C., Covington, T., Klenzyme Ltd.; Westminster
New enzymes for the use in the beamhouse


 Session II - Collagen 

Notbohm, H.; MU Lübeck
Regulation of collagen fibril formation
Hellio-Serughetti, D., Thuaud-Joly C., Djabourov M.; ESPCI Paris
The elasticity of gelatin gels in relation with the microstructure. Comparison between fish and mammalian sources
Paul, G.; Devro Scotland
New and unusual crosslinking reactions of collagen in food and medical industry
Mokrejs, P., Langmaier, F.; Uni Zlin
Thermal properties of enzyme hydrolysates of chromed leather waste
Kuberka, M., Heschel, I., Rau, G., Glasmacher, B.; RWTH Aachen
3-Dimensional Collagen Structures as Matrices for Tissue Engineering
Ahlers, M.; DGF Stoess AG, Eberbach; R. Stoop, NMI Reutlingen
Gelatine as Biomatrix for Tissue Engineering
Weberskirch, R.; TU München
Recombinant protein based materials
Pihlajaniemi, T., Biocenter Oulu
Recombinant collagen for the use as biomaterial


Day 2

Mertig, M., Naumburger D., Pompe, W.; Sparing, M.; TU Dresden
Assemblation of collagen with model tanning agent systems
Branscheid, W.; BFEL; Dr. Schröer, VDL
The market of bovine raw hides – quantitative and qualitative aspects
Althoff, A.; Thor Chemie Italy
Preservation of Hides, Wetblues and Leather


Session I - Leather

Trommer, B., FILK Freiberg
Measuring system of the quality of raw hides for leather manufacture
Zedler, L., Stanke, G., GFaI Berlin, Trommer, A., FILK Freiberg

Defect detection of semifinished products (wetblue)and finished leathers by digital image pro-cessing

Schulz, H.; FILK Freiberg

FILK-method to evaluate corrected grain of finished leather

Anders, F., Hopf, W. , Fachhochschule Zwickau; Trommer, B.; FILK Freiberg
Could oxidative dehairing be a current technology?


Session II - Collagen

Müller, D.; BIOTEC Dresden
Nanomanipulation of Collagen Molecules using an Atomic Force Microscope
Badziong, W., Gelita AG Eberbach
Interactions of gelatine with other water soluble, gel forming biopolymers
Ciardelli, G.; Uni Pisa
Microfabrication of gelatin based natural polymer blends for tissue engineering
Meyer, M.; FILK Freiberg
Thermoplastic Collagen as a raw material for biomaterials

Day 1

Trommer, B., FILK Freiberg / D
Kollagen als technische Werkstoffressource im Vergleich mit anderen Biopolymeren
Branscheid, W., Kulmbach / D
Zukünftige Entwicklung der Rohstoffsituation bei Häuten und Knochen
Polarek, J., Yang, C., Bodo, M., Tang, J., Sahai, A., Duffy, B., Ho, F., Kavirikko, K., San Francisco / USA
Development of a recombinant method for the production of collagens and gelatins for use as biomaterials
Pompe, W., Gelinsky, M., Knepper-Nicolai, B., Dresden / D
Kollagen − mögliche Strategien für Tissue-Engineering in der Medizin
Schmidt, Hermann, AUDI AG, Ingolstadt / D
Anforderungen und Trends bei Leder, aus Sicht der Automobilindustrie
Anthony D. Covington and Graham S. Lampard, Northampton / GB
Theory and mechanism of tanning
Babel, W., Eberbach / D
Struktur-Eigenschaftsbeziehung zwischen Kollagen und Gelatine
Te Nijenhuis, K., Delft / NL
An overview of the rheological behaviour of gelatin in the sol and gel state in dilute and semi-dilute systems
Fietzek, P. P., Loos, I., Notbohm, H., Müller, P. K., Lübeck / D
Collagen Cross-links and Biomechanical Stability of Connective Tissues
Reich, G., FILK Freiberg / D
Der Zusammenhang zwischen Kollagenstruktur und Ledereigenschaften


Day 2

Mertig, M., Tuckermann, M., Pompe, W., Dresden / D, Reich, G., FILK Freiberg / D
Messung mechanischer Spannungen von Leder
Döring, E., FILK Freiberg / D, Wagner, G., Wolfsburg / D
Ein neues Prüfverfahren für Automobilleder
Reich, T., Dresden / D
Grundlagen der Röntgenabsorptionsspektroskopie (EXAFS) und ihre Anwendung auf die Untersuchung der Chrom – Kollagen – Wechselwirkung
Meyer, M., FILK Freiberg / D
Charakterisierung löslicher hochmolekularer Kollagenabbauprodukte durch Lichtstreumethoden
Wagner, M., Basel / CH
Die Strukturen von Haar und Epidermis sowie des sie umgebenden Kollagengeflechtes der Dermis - Eine elektronenmikroskopische Untersuchung der Rindshaut
Gutterres, M., FILK Freiberg / D
Die Bedeutung der kritischen Mizellbildungskonzentration bei der Fettung von Kollagen
Tuckermann, M., Mertig, M., Pompe, W., Dresden / D, Reich, G., FILK Freiberg / D
Die molekulare Wirkung von Gerbstoffen auf der Grundlage der Assemblierungskinetik von Kollagen
Vogel, J., Marinow, Sl., Jamali, Ya., Berghaus, A., Henning, S., Halle-Wittenberg / D
Modifizierung von Polyethylen-Implantaten mit Kollagen durch Polyelektrolytkomplexbildung
Grahl, A., FILK Freiberg / D
Rasterelektronenmikroskopische Untersuchung von Leder und Kollagen mittels moderner ESEM-Technik


Kühn, K.; München
Die Biochemie der Kollagene und ihre Bedeutung als wichtige Komponente der extrazellulären Matrix
Reich, G.; FILK Freiberg
Die wirtschaftliche und praktische Bedeutung der Kollagenverwendung und ihre zukünftige Entwicklung
Zahn, H.; Aachen
Kollagen – ein hydroplastisches Polyampholytmaterial
Heidemann, E.; Darmstadt
Natürliche und synthetische Quervernetzungen am Kollagen
Babel, W.; Bräumer, K.; Eberbach
Gelatine: Herstellung und Bedeutung eines vielseitigen Polymers
Maser, F.; Weinhein
Wursthüllen auf Basis von Kollagen -Herstellung, Anwendung und Bedeutung
Engelbrecht, C. R; Vaihingen-Enz
Kollagenleime und moderne Klebetechnik
Sander, A; Eilers, E.; Heilemann, A; von Kries, E.; Jllertissen
Kollagen -Vom Rohstoff zu Marktprodukten
Langmaier, F.; Kolomaznik, K.; Mladek, M.; Zlin/CZ
Die industrielle Nutzung von Hydrolysaten chromgarer Falzspäne
Trommer, B.; FILK Freiberg
Trenntechnische Aspekte bei der Gewinnung von Kollagenhydrolysaten
Pörschke, R.; Eberbach
Polymerisierbare Gelatineprodukte
Geißler, H.; Weida
Moderne Steuerungsanlagen zur Aufbereitung von Kollagen in Fässern oder Mixern
Hertwig, K.; Türkheim
Herstellung und Anwendung von Lederfaserstoff – mehr als Recycling von Leder
Hebestreit, G./Möschler, W.; FILK Freiberg/Chemnitz
Herstellung und Einsatz von Kollagenfasern


Day 2

Fietzek, P.; Lübeck
Kollagenprodukte in der klinischen Anwendung
Höhling, H. J.; Arnold, S.; Plate, U.; Wiesmann, H. P.; Münster
Zur Kristall-Matrix-Beziehung bei der Kollagenmineralisierung von Hartgewebe
Scharnweber, D.; Rößler, S.; Thieme, M.; Wolf, C.; Worch, H.; Dresden
Nutzung von Kollagen zur Biologisierung medizinischer Implantate
Geipel, W.; Markneukirchen
Kollagene chirurgische Nähfäden und Saiten gestern, heute, morgen
Behjati, 8.; Neustadt-Giewe
Einsatz von Kollagen als Haemostyptikum und zur Behandlung der chronischen Wunden
Gerlach, H.; Weinheim
Untersuchungen modifizierter Kollagenfilme auf ihre Eignung als temporäre Wundabdeckung
Schröer, Th.; Frankfurt/M
Der Rohstoff Kollagen aus der Sicht der deutschen Lederindustrie
Oertel, H.; FILK Freiberg
Die Rolle der Kollagenstruktur bei der Naßzurichtung und Trocknung von Leder
Lauten, A.; Basel
Einsatz von hydrolisierten Proteinen in der Nachgerbung
Vaculfk, J.; Otrokovice/CZ
Rasterelektronische Untersuchungen der Veränderungen des Kollagens während der Lederherstellung
Krejcf, J.; Janis, R.; Zlin/CZ
Heterogene gegenseitige Beeinflussung zwischen Kollagen und Surfactanten