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Methacrylamide is an industrial chemical used in the production of polymers and copolymers. Methacrylamide is a precursor of methyl methacrylate.

Method for preparing high-strength double-network hydrogel stent by virtue of 3D printing

The invention discloses a method for preparing a high-strength double-network hydrogel stent by virtue of 3D printing. The method comprises the following steps of adding a polymer monomer N, N-dimethyl acrylamide, an initiator, a crosslinking agent and sodium alginate (SA) into deionized water to form a solution and adding inorganic powder hydroxyapatite to obtain a sol; controlling and extruding the sol by a robot dispenser, and carrying out 3D printing molding to obtain a sol stent; placing the sol stent under ultraviolet light so that the monomer in the stent is subjected to photopolymerization and chemical cross-linking reaction to form a layer of chemically cross-linked network pre-molded hydrogel stent; immersing the pre-molded hydrogel stent into a CaCl2 aqueous solution so that SA in the stent is subjected to physical crosslinking to form a second layer of physically cross-linked network so as to obtain the hydrogel stent having physically and chemically cross-linked double-network. The hydrogel stent prepared by the method has higher mechanical strength and fine internal structure, and the three-dimensional morphology of the stent can be conveniently regulated and controlled to adapt to the complex application requirements of tissue engineering materials.

Synthesis of Reversible Shell Crosslinked Nanostructures

In one aspect, the present invention is directed to a thermally responsive AB diblock copolymer prepared by RAFT polymerization wherein the diblock copolymer comprises poly(N-(3-aminopropyl)methacrylamide hydrochloride)-block-(N-isopropylacrylamide). Nanostructures of the thermally responsive diblock copolymer are formed by molecularly dissolving the diblock copolymer in aqueous solution at room temperature; and increasing the solution temperature to form nanostructures, for example vesicles or micelles. The first RAFT polymerization of an unprotected amino acid based monomer directly in water is also disclosed. The present invention also provides a method of forming shell cross-linked vesicles by adding a RAFT synthesized anionic homopolymer to a solution of the thermally responsive diblock copolymer. A method of forming interpolyelectrolyte complexed micelles or vesicles is also disclosed, the method comprising preparing by sequential aqueous RAFT polymerization a block copolymer comprised of N,N,-dimethyl acrylamide (DMA), N-acryloyl alanine (AAL) and N-isopropyl acrylamide (NIPAM); dissolving the block copolymers into aqueous solution; raising the solution temperature above the lower critical solution temperature of the NIPAM block; allowing the micelle solution to equilibrate; adjusting the pH of the solution to about 5; adding a cationic polymer to the solution; and stirring the solution. The reaction is readily reversed by the addition of a salt solution. In another aspect of the invention a reversible shell cross-linked micelle of a triblock copolymer cross-linked with cystamine is disclosed where a cleaving agent can be added to cleave the micelles. The reaction can be reversed with the addition of tris(2-carboxyethyl)phosphine or dithiothreitol.
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