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Understanding chemical reactions in bacterial cellulose (BC) films is important to control the insertion of biomolecules that can improve their biomedical properties. Diphenyltetrazole molecules are able to react with tiols under UV irradiation and has been useful for immobilize proteins on different materials. In this work, we show the functionalization of a BC film with diphenyltetrazole and subsequent attempts of conjugation of the bovine serum albumin (BSA) to it. Diphenyltetrazole wasdoi:10.1590/1980-5373-mr-2020-0197 fatcat:fz36dsqe7zfh3nhu337xz36zsy