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Alginate Hydrogels as Scaffolds and Delivery Systems to Repair the Damaged Spinal Cord

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Grijalvo, Santiago ; Nieto‐Díaz, M. ; Maza, R. M. ; Eritja, Ramon ; Diaz Diaz, David
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Date of publication of this fulltext: 28 Feb 2020 07:31

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Alginate (ALG) is a lineal hydrophilic polysaccharide present in brown algae cell walls, which turns into a gel state when hydrated. Gelation readily produces a series of three dimensional (3D) architectures like fibers, capillaries, and microspheres, used as biosensors and bio‐actuators in a plethora of biomedical applications like drug delivery and wound healing. Hydrogels have made a great ...


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