Thermomechanically processed chitosan:gelatin films being transparent, mechanically robust and less hygroscopic.

@article{Chen2021ThermomechanicallyPC,
  title={Thermomechanically processed chitosan:gelatin films being transparent, mechanically robust and less hygroscopic.},
  author={Ying Chen and Qingfei Duan and Long Yu and Fengwei Xie},
  journal={Carbohydrate polymers},
  year={2021},
  volume={272},
  pages={
          118522
        }
}
Genipin-Crosslinked, Proteosaccharide Scaffolds for Potential Neural Tissue Engineering Applications
TLDR
Both scaffolds can be used as potential drug delivery vehicles and as artificial extracellular matrices for potential neural regeneration and the effect of crosslinking was investigated, and the crosslinked hydrogels showed higher thermal decomposition temperatures, increased resistance to degradation, and pore sizes.
Protein-Based Hydrogels: Promising Materials for Tissue Engineering
TLDR
The behavior of proteins as an essential and effective component of hydrogel structure is examined, and the factors that can enhance the protein-based hydrogels’ structure are described.

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