In situ 3D-bioprinting MoS2 accelerated gelling hydrogel scaffold for promoting chronic diabetic wound healing. Xiaoya Ding et al.

Published: 12 January 2023| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/vjzrwf6pv8.1
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Xiaoya Ding

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In this submission, we share the data about the paper "In situ 3D-bioprinting MoS2 accelerated gelling hydrogel scaffold for promoting chronic diabetic wound healing". Our primary objectives were to characterize the generation of the MoS2 accelerated gelling hydrogel scaffold via in situ 3D-bioprinting technology. And, the antioxidant and photothermal antimicrobial functions of the scaffold were also detailedly characterized. Furthermore, we used the scaffold for chronic diabetic wounds healing and proved that the MoS2 accelerated gelling hydrogel scaffold is significantly valuable for chronic wound management.

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Southeastern University, University of the Chinese Academy of Sciences

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Wound Healing, Biomedical Materials

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