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Hydrogels for protein delivery.
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Hydrogels in a historical perspective: from simple networks to smart materials.
Over the past decades, significant progress has been made in the field of hydrogels as functional biomaterials. Biomedical application of hydrogels was initially hindered by the toxicity ofExpand
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Assessing bioink shape fidelity to aid material development in 3D bioprinting.
During extrusion-based bioprinting, the deposited bioink filaments are subjected to deformations, such as collapse of overhanging filaments, which compromises the ability to stack several layers ofExpand
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In situ forming acyl-capped PCLA-PEG-PCLA triblock copolymer based hydrogels.
Sustained intra-articular drug delivery opens up new opportunities for targeted treatment of osteoarthritis. In this study, we investigated the in vitro and in vivo properties and performance of aExpand
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Cyclodextrin-based polymeric materials: synthesis, properties, and pharmaceutical/biomedical applications.
This review describes the synthesis, properties, and, in particular, biomedical and pharmaceutical applications of an upcoming class of polymeric networks and assemblies based on cyclodextrins (CDs).Expand
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Hydrogels for protein delivery in tissue engineering.
Tissue defects caused by diseases or trauma present enormous challenges in regenerative medicine. Recently, a better understanding of the biological processes underlying tissue repair led to theExpand
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Functional aliphatic polyesters for biomedical and pharmaceutical applications.
Functional aliphatic polyesters are biodegradable polymers with many possibilities to tune physico-chemical characteristics such as hydrophilicity and degradation rate as compared to traditionalExpand
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In vivo biocompatibility and biodegradation of 3D-printed porous scaffolds based on a hydroxyl-functionalized poly(ε-caprolactone).
The aim of this study was to evaluate the in vivo biodegradation and biocompatibility of three-dimensional (3D) scaffolds based on a hydroxyl-functionalized polyesterExpand
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Photopolymerized thermosensitive hydrogels for tailorable diffusion-controlled protein delivery.
In this paper the possibility to tailor degradation and protein release behavior of photopolymerized thermosensitive hydrogels is studied. The hydrogels consist of ABA triblock copolymer, in whichExpand
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Hydrogels for Therapeutic Delivery: Current Developments and Future Directions.
Hydrogels are attractive materials for the controlled release of therapeutics because of their capacity to embed biologically active agents in their water-swollen network. Recent advances in organicExpand
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