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hydrogel

[′hī·drə‚jel]
(chemistry)
The formation of a colloid in which the disperse phase (colloid) has combined with the continuous phase (water) to produce a viscous jellylike product; for example, coagulated silicic acid.
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Poly(PEGDA-co-HEMA) hydrogel matrices were produced using the formulations given in Table-1.
Composite hydrogel crystals were analyzed by X-Ray Diffraction (XRD) (Rigaku).
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The effect of the variation of MBA crosslinker dose on tensile properties and swelling of TN hydrogel was investigated, and the results were shown in the Supporting Information Fig.
The FTIR spectra of the SA, PVA, and the crosslinked hydrogel samples were recorded in the range of 4000 to 500 [cm.sup.-1] to provide the proof of hydrogels (Figure 1).
Once the cells are printed into the hydrogel bead matrix, it is exposed to UV light, which cross-links the beads together, in effect freezing them in place.
In order to assess the potential therapeutic benefits of the hydrogel's specific mechanical properties, modified cellulose, the main building block of GS500, was included as an active control.
Assembling these tiny microgels helped create a hydrogel with large enough pores for the neighboring cells to move into the wound for repair.
We compared the pharmacokinetics of NaSA formulated using 2 different sodium alginate hydrogel complexes to that of an aqueous solution of NaSA after SC administration in broiler chickens.
All the values reported in the following sections of the paper are the averages of at least three samples for each hydrogel type and/or compression level.
Once the aqueous polymeric materials undergoes lyophilization, a robust and elastic hydrogel forms [84].