Polymeric Biomaterial Based Hydrogels for Biomedical Applications

  • Saha N
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Abstract

Communication: Surface-patterned 2-hydroxyethyl methacrylate hydrogels were produced by using a method similar to the silicon-rubber stamp fabrication for micro-contact printing. Polymerization and network formation were carried out in contact with a micromachined silicon wafer. The polymeric patterns retained their shape during isotropic swelling/deswelling cycles. The use of microstructured hydrogels in tissue engineering can be envisaged.

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  • antimicrobial property
  • hydrogel
  • polymeric biomaterial
  • transdermal drug delivery
  • wound dressings

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  • Nabanita Saha

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