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  • Opinion   
    Hydrogels are strengthened by mesoporous materials in biomedicine
    Author(s): Alice Liddel*

    Since the 1990s, researchers have been working to enhance the characteristics of mesoporous materials and broaden their applications; one of the current research foci is the coupling with hydrogels, macromolecular biological materials. Combining mesoporous materials is more appropriate for the continuous release of loaded pharmaceuticals than using single hydrogels due to their uniform mesoporous structure, high specific surface area, strong biocompatibility, and biodegradability. Together, they are able to target tumours, stimulate the tumour environment responsively, and utilise a variety of treatment modalities, including photothermal therapy and photodynamic therapy. Mesoporous materials can considerably increase the antibacterial efficacy of hydrogels and provide an unique photocatalytic antibacterial mode due to the photothermal conversion capacity. Mesoporous materials are util.. Read More»
    DOI: 10.37532. pulcrim.23.8 (2) 22-24.

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