The same Instron machine was used to perform standard 180° peeling adhesion tests to quantify the adhesion performance (17). The adhesion energy was calculated by 2 × F/w, where F is the plateau force during peeling and w is the width of the specimen. The tissues used in the peeling tests included porcine skin and fresh explanted rodent skin (C57BL/6J mice; female, aged 6 to 8 weeks; the Jackson Laboratory). The peeling rate was fixed at 100 mm/min.

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