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- Li, Jun; Yu, Fan; Chen, Gong; Liu, Jia; Li, Xiao-Long; Cheng, Biao; Mo, Xiu-Mei; Chen, Cheng; Pan, Jian-Feng
- ACS applied materials & interfaces 2020 v.12 no.2 pp. 2023-2038
- bioadhesives; biocompatibility; biodegradability; chitosan; collagen; compliance; crosslinking; deformation; gelation; granulation tissue; hydrogels; hydrophilicity; laboratory animals; oxidation; rats; schiff bases; starch; therapeutics; tissue repair
- ... In the management of accelerating wound healing, moist environments play an important role. Compared with other scaffolds of various forms, hydrogels can maintain a moist environment in the wound area. They are cross-linked hydrophilic polymeric networks that resemble natural soft tissues and extracellular matrices. Among them, injectable hydrogels have attracted great attention in wound repair, a ...
- Son, Dong Ju; Jung, Jae Chul; Choi, Yong Min; Ryu, Hyeon Yeol; Lee, Somin; Davis, Barbara A.
- Nutrients 2020 v.12 no.2
- cell lines; ceramides; collagen; evaporation; glucosylceramides; humans; hyaluronic acid; in vitro studies; interstitial collagenase; irradiation; keratinocytes; mice; nutrients; oils; oral administration; photoaging; research; skin (animal); synthesis; ultraviolet radiation; water; wheat
- ... The efficacy of wheat extract oil (WEO), standardized to glucosylceramides, for protecting against ultraviolet B (UVB)-induced damage of skin barrier function was assessed using the SHK-1 hairless mouse model and two human skin cell lines, namely, CCD-986sk and HeCaT. The ability of repeated oral administration of 30, 60, and 120 mg of WEO/kg/day for 12 weeks to prevent skin damage of SKH-1 hairle ...