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Gelatin-PHEMA hydrogels: characterization and cell interactions

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Hydrogels consisting in two or more components (natural or synthetic polymers) represent reliable materials for tissue engineering (TE) and regenerative medicine applications due to the superior properties of the final product when compared with the properties of each individual component as such1. The aim of this study was to synthesize hydrogels based on methacrylamide modified gelatin and poly(2-hydroxyethyl methacrylate) (MAG PHEMA), to physico-chemical characterize them and to evaluate their behaviour in contact human foreskin fibroblasts (HFF-1).
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cell interactions, tissue engineering, hydrogels

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Dragusin, Diana-Maria, Sandra Van Vlierberghe, Heidi Declercq, et al. “Gelatin-PHEMA Hydrogels: Characterization and Cell Interactions.” Interrogations at the Biointerface : Inflammation/repair Interface, Advanced Summer School, Book of Abstracts. 2013. 64–64. Print.
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Dragusin, D.-M., Van Vlierberghe, S., Declercq, H., Cornelissen, M., & Dubruel, P. (2013). Gelatin-PHEMA hydrogels: characterization and cell interactions. Interrogations at the biointerface : inflammation/repair interface, Advanced summer school, Book of abstracts (pp. 64–64). Presented at the Advance Summer School: Interrogations at the biointerface : inflammation/repair interface.
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Dragusin, Diana-Maria, Sandra Van Vlierberghe, Heidi Declercq, Maria Cornelissen, and Peter Dubruel. 2013. “Gelatin-PHEMA Hydrogels: Characterization and Cell Interactions.” In Interrogations at the Biointerface : Inflammation/repair Interface, Advanced Summer School, Book of Abstracts, 64–64.
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Dragusin, Diana-Maria, Sandra Van Vlierberghe, Heidi Declercq, Maria Cornelissen, and Peter Dubruel. 2013. “Gelatin-PHEMA Hydrogels: Characterization and Cell Interactions.” In Interrogations at the Biointerface : Inflammation/repair Interface, Advanced Summer School, Book of Abstracts, 64–64.
Vancouver
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Dragusin D-M, Van Vlierberghe S, Declercq H, Cornelissen M, Dubruel P. Gelatin-PHEMA hydrogels: characterization and cell interactions. Interrogations at the biointerface : inflammation/repair interface, Advanced summer school, Book of abstracts. 2013. p. 64–64.
IEEE
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D.-M. Dragusin, S. Van Vlierberghe, H. Declercq, M. Cornelissen, and P. Dubruel, “Gelatin-PHEMA hydrogels: characterization and cell interactions,” in Interrogations at the biointerface : inflammation/repair interface, Advanced summer school, Book of abstracts, Porto, Portugal, 2013, pp. 64–64.
@inproceedings{4226857,
  abstract     = {Hydrogels consisting in two or more components (natural or synthetic polymers) represent reliable materials for tissue engineering (TE) and regenerative medicine applications due to the superior properties of the final product when compared with the properties of each individual component as such1. The aim of this study was to synthesize hydrogels based on methacrylamide modified gelatin and poly(2-hydroxyethyl methacrylate) (MAG PHEMA), to physico-chemical characterize them and to evaluate their behaviour in contact human foreskin fibroblasts (HFF-1).},
  author       = {Dragusin, Diana-Maria and Van Vlierberghe, Sandra and Declercq, Heidi and Cornelissen, Maria and Dubruel, Peter},
  booktitle    = {Interrogations at the biointerface : inflammation/repair interface, Advanced summer school, Book of abstracts},
  keywords     = {cell interactions,tissue engineering,hydrogels},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Porto, Portugal},
  pages        = {64--64},
  title        = {Gelatin-PHEMA hydrogels: characterization and cell interactions},
  year         = {2013},
}