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Structural and rheological properties of methacrylamide modified gelatin hydrogels.
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The results indicate that the rheological properties of the gelatin-based hydrogels can be controlled by the degree of substitution, polymer concentration, initiator concentration, and UV irradiation conditions.
Silicon-on-Insulator microring resonator for sensitive and label-free biosensing.
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This work proposes a label-free biosensor based on microring cavities in Silicon-on-Insulator (SOI) that fits in an area below 10x10mum(2), and uses the avidin/biotin high affinity couple to demonstrate good repeatability and detection of protein concentrations down to 10ng/ml.
Label-Free Biosensing With a Slot-Waveguide-Based Ring Resonator in Silicon on Insulator
We present a slot-waveguide-based ring resonator in silicon on insulator (SOI) with a footprint of only 13 mum times 10 mum, fabricated with optical lithography. Experiments show that it has 298
Biopolymer-based hydrogels as scaffolds for tissue engineering applications: a review.
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The most relevant biopolymer-based hydrogel systems, the different methods of preparation, as well as an in depth overview of the applications in the field of tissue engineering will be given.
Nonthermal plasma technology as a versatile strategy for polymeric biomaterials surface modification: a review.
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A tutorial-type review of recent work on surface modification of polymeric biomaterials, with a focus on plasma-based strategies, to provide a fast introduction for researchers into the field.
Multiplexed Antibody Detection With an Array of Silicon-on-Insulator Microring Resonators
Optical cavities are considered promising devices for biosensing to satisfy the high demands of the growing proteomics market. We present a prototype sensor for multiplexed label-free monitoring of
Evaluation of photocrosslinked Lutrol hydrogel for tissue printing applications.
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After photopolymerization of the modified Lutrol hydrogel, cells remain viable for up to three weeks and retain the ability to differentiate andEncapsulation of cells does not compromise the mechanical properties of the formed gels and multilayered porous LUTrol structures were successfully printed.
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