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A dual synergistic of curcumin and gelatin on thermal-responsive hydrogel based on Chitosan-P123 in wound healing application

Pham, L | Dang, LH | Truong, MD  | Nguyen, TH | Le, L | Le, VT | Nam, ND | Bach, LG | Nguyen, VT | Tran, NQ
Biomedicine & pharmacotherapy, 117. : 109183-109183, 2019
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Biomedicine & pharmacotherapy
This study aimed to fabricate the potential therapeutic scaffold to efficiently and safely fastening skin wound healing. A biocompatible grafting polymer-based thermal sensitive hybrid hydrogel (Chitosan-P123, CP) containing gelatin and curcumin was designed to be suitable stiffness for tissue regeneration. A detailed in the rheological study found that the encapsulated agents induced the change in the stiffness of the hydrogel from the hard to the soft. Especial, the thermally induced phase transition of CP hydrogel was governed by the participant of gelatin rather than curcumin. For example, at 25wt% gelatin, CP hydrogel exhibited a unique gel-sol-gel transition following the function of temperature. Moreover, in vitro investigation revealed that the hybrid hydrogel provides the capacity of especially induced curcumin release with a sustainable rate as well as the excellent biocompatibility scaffold. Altogether with in vivo study, the hybrid hydrogel highlighted the advance of the dual synergistic of curcumin and gelatin in development of smart scaffold system, which promoted the efficacy in the regeneration of the structure and the barrier's function of damaged skin such as wound or skin cancer.


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Truong, Minh Dung
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