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  • noun Plural form of hydrogel.

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  • More research is needed to further explore the potential of whey protein hydrogels, and whether other bioactives, both lipid and water soluble, could be encapsulated in this way.

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  • More research is needed to further explore the potential of whey protein hydrogels, and whether other bioactives, both lipid and water soluble, could be encapsulated in this way.

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  • Using synthetic polymers called hydrogels, researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology have been able to induce significant vasculature growth in areas of damaged tissue.

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  • Using synthetic polymers called hydrogels, researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology have been able to induce significant vasculature growth in areas of damaged tissue.

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  • Using synthetic polymers called hydrogels, researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology have been able to induce significant vasculature growth in areas of damaged tissue.

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  • The polymers, known as hydrogels, work well with animal tissue and "are a promising therapeutic delivery vehicle to improve treatment of peripheral artery disease, ischemic heart disease and survival of cell and tissue transplants," lead researcher Andres Garcia, a professor at the Georgia Institute of Technology, said in a news release from the school.

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  • Using synthetic polymers called hydrogels, researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology have been able to induce significant vasculature growth in areas of damaged tissue.

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  • polymers called hydrogels, researchers [have] been able to induce significant vasculature growth in areas of damaged tissue. ...

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  • Not only that, but Tan said he has made progress on related research using similar mechanisms to make "hydrogels" that liquefy or gel around a target in response to light.

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  • Not only that, but Tan said he has made progress on related research using similar mechanisms to make "hydrogels" that liquefy or gel around a target in response to light.

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