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Granular cellulose nanofibril hydrogel scaffolds for 3D cell cultivation

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The replacement of diseased and damaged organs remains an challenge in modern medicine. However, through the use of tissue engineering techniques, it may soon be possible to (re)generate tissues and organs using artificial scaffolds. For example, hydrogel networks made from hydrophilic precursor solutions can replicate many properties found in the natural extracellular matrix (ECM) but often lack the dynamic nature of the ECM, as many covalently crosslinked hydrogels possess elastic and stati...

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10.1002/marc.202000191

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Wiley
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Macromolecular Rapid Communications More from this journal
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41
Issue:
18
Article number:
2000191
Publication date:
2020-08-11
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2020-07-06
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1521-3927
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1022-1336
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2020-08-14

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