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Here, we synthesise a new isocyanate-based crosslinker with the aim of obtaining novel tailored gels. The newly crosslinked hyaluronic acid (HA) gels were analysed in terms of rheological properties, chemical structure, swelling, biocompatibility and immunological response. Results show that the synthesised di-isocyanate outperforms other more conventional di-isocyanates due to its alkyl-based which has been shown to be slower to degrade by hydrolysis than aryl isocyanates. The alkyl-baseddoi:10.1016/j.carbpol.2020.116501 pmid:32718612 fatcat:za4pqttpczag7brlg57eatar54