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Multireactive Poly(2-oxazoline) Nanofibers through electrospinning

New approach for fabrication of hydrophilic electrospun fibers with clickable multifunctional handles

Crosslinked hydrophilic poly(2-oxazoline)-based nanofibers were fabricated which are multi-functionalizable using different chemistries. Robust fibers and functionality is accomplished in a single step using an in situ thiol-ene crosslinking during electrospinning. It is envisioned that facile fabrication of these PAOx-based materials make these materials an attractive candidate for many applications such as sensing, scaffold materials, wound dressings,implants etc. Poly(2-oxazoline)s are certainly an upcoming surrogate of the widely utilized PEG-based biomaterials.

    Read more in ACS Macro Letters

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