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hydrogel

(ˈhaɪdrəˌdʒɛl)
n
(Chemistry) a gel in which the liquid constituent is water
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Noun1.hydrogel - a colloidal gel in which water is the dispersion medium
colloidal gel, gel - a colloid in a more solid form than a sol
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hydrogel

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For this purpose, they use a hydrogel to create a stiffness-controlled scaffold for artificial brain tissue that furthermore stimulates the development of neurons.
Made from a mix of hydrogel and glass fibers, the scientists say the material could be used in a range of industrial and medical applications, including artificial organs, prosthesis, helmets, sports clothing, and even bullet-proof vests.
But a new "smart" hydrogel developed by researchers here can act as a carrier for stem cells, and can control the time and manner regarding drug delivery inside human body due to its light sensing function.
As reported in ScienceAdvances, a STENG, by using an elastomer and ionic hydrogel as the electrification layer and electrode, respectively, enables both biomechanical energy harvesting and touch sensing.
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PURE 24K GOLD HYDROGEL EYE PATCH: Bio Miracle is offering a variety of skin care products, including a gold hydrogel eye patch, for all skin types.
But the scientists noticed something odd when they ran control experiments in which they injected the hydrogel without added cells: Some of the animals' hearts still showed improvement compared with untreated animals.
Hydrogel particles assembled from food-grade biopolymers are particularly suitable for this use.
com)-- A new report published by Allied Market Research titled, World Hydrogel Market -Opportunities and Forecasts, 2015 -2022, projects that the world hydrogel market would reach $27.
The final volume discusses polysaccharide-based hydrogels for controlled localized drug delivery, biohybrid hydrogels for systematic delivery of therapeutics, 3D cancer models, cellular and biomolecular microarrays for screening assays, and protein-immobilized hydrogel microstructures for optical biosensing.