HAWAII \ VAXX — (D) Kouchi — 'JAP' GLOW WORM [jellyfish genes] 'Fishing Lure Wannabe'

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HAWAII / VAXX — (D) Kouchi — JAP GLOW WORM [jellyfish genes]

'Fishing Lure Wannabe'

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HAWAII — [D] DEEP SEA ANGLER ——> RON [D] KOUCHI

JELLYFISH GENES 'Light'

HAWAII SENATE: RON [D] KOUCHI

HAWAII VAXX — RON [D] Kouchi — GLOW WORM JAP [jellyfish genes]

———> 'Fishing Lure' Wannabe


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RON [D] KOUCHI
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COVID-19 VACCINE:
JELLY FISH GENES HYDROGEL

THE WHOLE SINISTER EVIL WICKED PLOT IS:
'CHINESE' [2010]

First published on 9th October 2010

Jellyfish gel and its hybrid hydrogels with high mechanical strength†

Xuezhen Wang a, Huiliang Wang *a and Hugh R. Brown b
aCollege of Chemistry, Beijing Normal University, Beijing, 100875, P.R.
China. E-mail: wan...@bnu.edu.cn; Fax: +86 10 58802075; Tel: +86 10 58808081
bARC Centre of Excellence for Electromaterials Science, Engineering Faculty,
University of Wollongong, NSW 2522, Australia. E-mail: hbr...@uow.edu.au;
Received 6th July 2010 , Accepted 23rd August 2010

https://pubs.rsc.org/en/content/articlehtml/2011/sm/c0sm00632g

We fabricate a new type of hybrid hydrogel by introducing a synthetic
hydrogel into a biological hydrogel which is directly obtained from an
animal body. The biological hydrogel has a well-developed structure
and relatively high mechanical strength, the synthetic hydrogel formed
in the biological hydrogel might have a microstructure different to normal
hydrogels. We anticipate that the combination of the two may offer a
substantial increase in mechanical strength of the hybrid hydrogel.

In this work, we studied the microstructure and the mechanical properties
of a biological gel—the mesogloea of an edible jellyfish Rhopilema e
sculenta Kishinouye (hereafter referred to as JF gel)—and fabricated the
hybrid hydrogels of the JF gel and synthetic gel using a radiation-induced
polymerization and crosslinking method.

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