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Hydrogels: Covalently Adaptable Elastin-Like Protein–Hyaluronic Acid (ELP–HA) Hybrid Hydrogels with Secondary Thermoresponsive Crosslinking for Injectable Stem Cell Delivery (Adv. Funct. Mater. 28/2017)

Hydrogels: Covalently Adaptable Elastin-Like Protein–Hyaluronic Acid (ELP–HA) Hybrid Hydrogels with Secondary Thermoresponsive Crosslinking for Injectable Stem Cell Delivery (Adv. Funct. Mater. 28/2017)
Huiyuan Wang, Sarah C. Heilshorn, Fan Yang, Annika Enejder, Alexandra Paul, Lei Cai, Danqing Zhu
In article number 1605609, Sarah C. Heilshorn and co-workers describe an injectable hydrogel. Design via dynamic covalent crosslinking and thermoresponsive physical crosslinking enhances gel stability, provides mechanical protection during cell transplantation, and stem cell differentiation support. The image shows that cells can achieve cell-cell and cell-matrix interactions within the gel. Artwork designed by Nick Suhar.

Publisher URL: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/resolve/doi

DOI: 10.1002/adfm.201770167

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