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From: Proangiogenic alginate-g-pyrrole hydrogel with decoupled control of mechanical rigidity and electrically conductivity

Fig. 2

a, c, e The compressive elastic modulus (a), swelling ratio (c), and cross-linking density (e) of alginate-g-pyrrole gels with varied degrees of pyrrole substitution and PEG gels formed with varied concentrations of PEGDA. b, d, f The compressive elastic modulus (b), swelling ratio (d), and cross-linking density (f) of alginate methacrylate gels with varied degrees of methacrylate (MA) substitution

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