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Find more information on the Altmetric Attention Score and how the score is calculated. A hydrogel for potential applications in wound dressing should possess several peculiar properties, such as efficient self-healing ability and mechanical toughness, so as to repair muscle and skin damage.
Additionally, excellent cell affinity and tissue adhesiveness are also necessary for the hydrogel to integrate with the wound tissue in practical applications. Herein, an ultratough and self-healing hydrogel with superior cell affinity and tissue adhesiveness is prepared.
The self-healing ability of the hydrogel is obtained through hydrogen bonds and dynamic Schiff cross-linking between dopamine-grafted oxidized sodium alginate OSA-DA and polyacrylamide PAM chains.
The covalent cross-linking is responsible for its stable mechanical structure. More remarkably, due to plenty of catechol groups on the OSA-DA chains, the hydrogel has unique cell affinity and tissue adhesiveness. Moreover, we demonstrate the practical utility of our fabricated hydrogel via both in vivo and in vitro experiments.
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