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3D Printing of Highly Stretchable and Tough Hydrogels into Complex, Cellularized Structures

is developed by combining poly(ethylene glycol) and sodium alginate, which synergize to form a hydrogel tougher than natural cartilage. Encapsulated cells maintain high viability over a 7 d culture period and are highly deformed together with the hydrogel. By adding biocompatible nanoclay, the tough... Full description

Journal Title: Advanced Materials July 2015, Vol.27(27), pp.4035-4040
Main Author: Hong, Sungmin
Other Authors: Sycks, Dalton , Chan, Hon Fai , Lin, Shaoting , Lopez, Gabriel P. , Guilak, Farshid , Leong, Kam W. , Zhao, Xuanhe
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ID: ISSN: 0935-9648 ; E-ISSN: 1521-4095 ; DOI: 10.1002/adma.201501099
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title: 3D Printing of Highly Stretchable and Tough Hydrogels into Complex, Cellularized Structures
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  • Hong, Sungmin
  • Sycks, Dalton
  • Chan, Hon Fai
  • Lin, Shaoting
  • Lopez, Gabriel P.
  • Guilak, Farshid
  • Leong, Kam W.
  • Zhao, Xuanhe
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  • 3d Printing
  • Cellularized Structure
  • Tough Hydrogel
  • Poly Ethylene Glycol‐Alginate
  • Nanoclay
ispartof: Advanced Materials, July 2015, Vol.27(27), pp.4035-4040
description: is developed by combining poly(ethylene glycol) and sodium alginate, which synergize to form a hydrogel tougher than natural cartilage. Encapsulated cells maintain high viability over a 7 d culture period and are highly deformed together with the hydrogel. By adding biocompatible nanoclay, the tough hydrogel is 3D printed in various shapes without requiring support material.
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abstractis developed by combining poly(ethylene glycol) and sodium alginate, which synergize to form a hydrogel tougher than natural cartilage. Encapsulated cells maintain high viability over a 7 d culture period and are highly deformed together with the hydrogel. By adding biocompatible nanoclay, the tough hydrogel is 3D printed in various shapes without requiring support material.
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