2023
DOI: 10.3390/gels9040278
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Abstract: In recent years, the antimicrobial activity of chitosan-based hydrogels has been at the forefront of research in wound healing and the prevention of medical device contamination. Anti-infective therapy is a serious challenge given the increasing prevalence of bacterial resistance to antibiotics as well as their ability to form biofilms. Unfortunately, hydrogel resistance and biocompatibility do not always meet the demands of biomedical applications. As a result, the development of double-network hydrogels coul… Show more

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“…, conductive hydrogels suitable for transdermal bioelectronics devices, wound dressing, electro-stimulated drug delivery, etc.) coupled to good antibacterial activity, with a more intriguing structure–reactivity relationship. ,, , In a complementary fashion, mechanically tailorable double network chitosan-based hydrogels have also emerged as multitask functional biomaterials. …”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…, conductive hydrogels suitable for transdermal bioelectronics devices, wound dressing, electro-stimulated drug delivery, etc.) coupled to good antibacterial activity, with a more intriguing structure–reactivity relationship. ,, , In a complementary fashion, mechanically tailorable double network chitosan-based hydrogels have also emerged as multitask functional biomaterials. …”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%