Development of Gelatin-Alginate Hydrogels for Burn Wound Treatment.

@article{Stubbe2019DevelopmentOG,
  title={Development of Gelatin-Alginate Hydrogels for Burn Wound Treatment.},
  author={Birgit Stubbe and Arn Mignon and Heidi Declercq and Sandra Van Vlierberghe and Peter Dubruel},
  journal={Macromolecular bioscience},
  year={2019},
  pages={
          e1900123
        }
}
Hydrogels are interesting as wound dressing for burn wounds to maintain a moist environment. Especially gelatin and alginate based wound dressings show strong potential. Both polymers are modified by introducing photocrosslinkable functionalities and combined to hydrogel films (gel-MA/alg-MA). In one protocol gel-MA films are incubated in alg-MA solutions and crosslinked afterward into double networks. Another protocol involves blending both and subsequent photocrosslinking. The introduction of… 
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