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    • Antibiofilm poly(carboxybetaine methacrylate) hydrogels for chronic wounds dressings 

      Ruseva, Konstans; Ivanova, Kristina Dimitrova; Todorova, Katerina; Vladov, Ivelin; Nanev, Vesselin; Tzanov, Tzanko; Hinojosa-Caballero, Dolores; Argirova, Maya; Vassileva, Elena (Elsevier, 2020-04-12)
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      The current study demonstrates the benefits of poly(carboxybetaine methacrylate) hydrogels in chronic wound healing. These hydrogels demonstrate high absorbing capacity upon swelling in salt solutions thus revealing great ...
    • Multifunctional enzymatically generated hydrogels for chronic wound application 

      Stefanov, Ivaylo; Hoyo Pérez, Javier; Cailloux, Jonathan; Santana Pérez, Orlando Onofre; Tzanov, Tzanko; Pérez Rafael, Silvia; Hinojosa-Caballero, Dolores (2017-04-19)
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      The healing of chronic wounds requires intensive medical intervention at huge healthcare costs. Dressing materials should consider the multifactorial nature of these wounds comprising deleterious proteolytic and oxidative ...
    • New myeloperoxidase detection system based on enzyme-catalysed oxidative synthesis of a dye for paper-based diagnostic devices 

      Bassegoda Puigdomenech, Arnau; Ferreres Cabanes, Guillem; Pérez Rafael, Silvia; Hinojosa-Caballero, Dolores; Torrent Burgués, Juan; Tzanov, Tzanko (2018-10-21)
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      The severity and cost of wound infections strongly demands for simple and fast methods for wound infection determination. Point-of-care testing devices play a crucial role in order to achieve a fast diagnosis and early ...
    • Poly(sulfobetaine methacrylate)/poly(ethylene glycole) hydrogels for chronic wounds management 

      Ruseva, Konstans; Ivanova, Kristina Dimitrova; Todorova, Katerina; Gabrashanska, Margarita; Hinojosa-Caballero, Dolores; Tzanov, Tzanko; Vassileva, Elena (Elsevier, 2019-05-14)
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      Polyzwitterions (PZI) recently emerged as biomaterials with excellent bio- and haemo-compatibility, demonstrating lower protein adsorption on their surfaces even compared to the golden standard in the field – poly(ethylene ...