This study was performed to design a hydrogel membrane that exhibits antibacterial properties and guides different tissues. Gelatin and hyaluronic acid were used as the main structures, 1-(3-dimethylaminopropyl)-3-ethylcarbodiimide hydrochloride (EDC) was used as a cross-linker, and temoporfin was used as an antibacterial agent. The results revealed that the hydrogel membrane impregnated with temoporfin (HM-T) had a fixation index of >89%. Temoporfin was used in conjunction with a diode laser and did not significantly affect EDC-induced cross-linking. The inhibitory activity of temoporfin showed that HM-T15 and HM-T30 (light exposure for 15 and 30 min, respectively) had remarkable antibacterial properties. The cell survival rate of HM-T15 was 73% of that of the control group, indicating that temoporfin exposure for 15 min did not exert cytotoxic effects on L-929 cells. HM and HM-T15 hydrogel membranes showed good cell adhesion and proliferation after 14 days of dark incubation. However, the hydrogel membrane containing temoporfin significantly reduced pro-inflammatory gene expression. In summary, the HM-T15 group showed potential as a biodegradable material for biocompatible tissue-guarded regeneration membranes with antibacterial properties. This study demonstrated the potential of temoporfin for innovative biomaterials and delivery systems applied to new regenerative periodontal therapies.
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