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Remotely Triggered Liquefaction of Hydrogel Materials

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Remotely Triggered Liquefaction of Hydrogel Materials. / Pedersen, Søren L.; Huynh, Tin H.; Pöschko, Philipp et al.

In: ACS Nano, Vol. 14, No. 7, 07.2020, p. 9145-9155.

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Harvard

Pedersen, SL, Huynh, TH, Pöschko, P, Fruergaard, AS, Jarlstad Olesen, MT, Chen, Y, Birkedal, H, Subbiahdoss, G, Reimhult, E, Thøgersen, J & Zelikin, AN 2020, 'Remotely Triggered Liquefaction of Hydrogel Materials', ACS Nano, vol. 14, no. 7, pp. 9145-9155. https://doi.org/10.1021/acsnano.0c04522

APA

Pedersen, S. L., Huynh, T. H., Pöschko, P., Fruergaard, A. S., Jarlstad Olesen, M. T., Chen, Y., Birkedal, H., Subbiahdoss, G., Reimhult, E., Thøgersen, J., & Zelikin, A. N. (2020). Remotely Triggered Liquefaction of Hydrogel Materials. ACS Nano, 14(7), 9145-9155. https://doi.org/10.1021/acsnano.0c04522

CBE

Pedersen SL, Huynh TH, Pöschko P, Fruergaard AS, Jarlstad Olesen MT, Chen Y, Birkedal H, Subbiahdoss G, Reimhult E, Thøgersen J, et al. 2020. Remotely Triggered Liquefaction of Hydrogel Materials. ACS Nano. 14(7):9145-9155. https://doi.org/10.1021/acsnano.0c04522

MLA

Pedersen, Søren L. et al. "Remotely Triggered Liquefaction of Hydrogel Materials". ACS Nano. 2020, 14(7). 9145-9155. https://doi.org/10.1021/acsnano.0c04522

Vancouver

Pedersen SL, Huynh TH, Pöschko P, Fruergaard AS, Jarlstad Olesen MT, Chen Y et al. Remotely Triggered Liquefaction of Hydrogel Materials. ACS Nano. 2020 Jul;14(7):9145-9155. https://doi.org/10.1021/acsnano.0c04522

Author

Pedersen, Søren L. ; Huynh, Tin H. ; Pöschko, Philipp et al. / Remotely Triggered Liquefaction of Hydrogel Materials. In: ACS Nano. 2020 ; Vol. 14, No. 7. pp. 9145-9155.

Bibtex

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abstract = "Adaptable behavior such as triggered disintegration affords a broad scope and utility for (bio)materials in diverse applications in materials science and engineering. The impact of such materials continues to grow due to the increased importance of environmental considerations as well as the increased use of implants in medical practices. However, examples of such materials are still few. In this work, we engineer triggered liquefaction of hydrogel biomaterials in response to internal, localized heating, mediated by near-infrared light as external stimulus. This adaptable behavior is engineered into the readily available physical hydrogels based on poly(vinyl alcohol), using gold nanoparticles or an organic photothermal dye as heat generators. Upon laser light irradiation, engineered biomaterials underwent liquefaction within seconds. Pulsed laser light irradiation afforded controlled, on-demand release of the incorporated cargo, successful for small molecules as well as proteins (enzymes) in their biofunctional form. ",
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RIS

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AU - Huynh, Tin H.

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AU - Fruergaard, Anne Sofie

AU - Jarlstad Olesen, Morten T.

AU - Chen, Yaqing

AU - Birkedal, Henrik

AU - Subbiahdoss, Guruprakash

AU - Reimhult, Erik

AU - Thøgersen, Jan

AU - Zelikin, Alexander N.

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KW - hydrogels

KW - nanoparticles

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