3 years ago

Enzyme-induced dual-network ε-poly-L-lysine-based hydrogels with robust self-healing and antibacterial performance

Enzyme-induced dual-network ε-poly-L-lysine-based hydrogels with robust self-healing and antibacterial performance
Zheng Xu, Zongqi Xu, Hong Xu, Rui Wang, Xiaoqiao Wang, Su Chen, Qing Li, Bo Chi
A new enzyme-induced strategy is provided to construct dual-network self-healing hydrogels with both highly self-healing efficient (95%) and superior antibacterial properties, indicating a potential for application in biomedical fields.

Publisher URL: http://feeds.rsc.org/~r/rss/CC/~3/Z3zV3h7FXRc/C6CC09326D

DOI: 2017/CC/C6CC09326D

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