A Mussel-Inspired Conductive, Self-Adhesive, and Self-Healable Tough Hydrogel as Cell Stimulators and Implantable Bioelectronics
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AbstractA graphene oxide conductive hydrogel is reported that simultaneously possesses high toughness, self-healability, and self-adhesiveness. Inspired by the adhesion behaviors of mussels, our conductive hydrogel shows self-adhesiveness on various surfaces and soft tissues. The hydrogel can be used as self-adhesive bioelectronics, such as electrical stimulators to regulate cell activity and implantable electrodes for recording in vivo signals.
All Author(s) ListLu Han, Xiong Lu, Menghao Wang, Donglin Gan, Weili Deng, Kefeng Wang, Liming Fang, Kezhi Liu, Chun Wai Chan, Youhong Tang, Lu-Tao Weng,Huipin Yuan
Journal nameSmall
Volume Number13
Issue Number2
LanguagesEnglish-United Kingdom
Keywordsconductive hydrogels, graphene oxide, mussel-inspired, polydopamine, self-adhesive

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