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Hydrogel-Based Treatment of House Dust Mite-Induced Atopic Dermatitis through Triple Cleaning of Mites, Bacteria, and ROS-Related Inflammation.

Atopic dermatitis (AD) is a chronic and recurrent inflammatory disease caused by abnormalities in skin immunoregulation. House dust mite can directly damage the skin barrier and thus sensitize the skin, which is one of the main allergens inducing AD in humans and widely exists in daily life. Meanwhile, the accompanying bacterial infections and exposure to additional allergens exacerbate the condition by generating excessive reactive oxygen species (ROS). Herein, we have developed the CPDP hydrogel with injectable and self-healing ability to combat pathogenic microorganisms and inflammatory environments for AD therapy. In vitro experiments have affirmed the efficacy of the CPDP hydrogel in combating mites, killing bacteria, and scavenging ROS. In a mouse model closely mimicking HDM-induced AD, the CPDP hydrogel has shown superior therapeutic effects, including reducing epidermal thickness and mast cell count, increasing collagen deposition, as well as down-regulating pro-inflammatory factors.

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