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Highly degradable porous melt-derived bioactive glass foam scaffolds for bone regeneration.
A challenge in using bioactive melt-derived glass in bone regeneration is to produce scaffolds with interconnected pores while maintaining the amorphous nature of the glass and its associatedExpand
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In vitro and in vivo bone formation potential of surface calcium phosphate-coated polycaprolactone and polycaprolactone/bioactive glass composite scaffolds.
UNLABELLED In this study, polycaprolactone (PCL)-based composite scaffolds containing 50wt% of 45S5 Bioglass(®) (45S5) or strontium-substituted bioactive glass (SrBG) particles were fabricated intoExpand
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Ion Release, Hydroxyapatite Conversion, and Cytotoxicity of Boron‐Containing Bioactive Glass Scaffolds
We report the development and characterization of boron-releasing highly porous three-dimensional bioactive glass (BG) scaffolds fabricated by the foam replica technique. Three types of bioactiveExpand
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Ductile silica/methacrylate hybrids for bone regeneration.
Bioglass® was the first synthetic material capable of bonding with bone without fibrous encapsulation, and fulfils some of the criteria of an ideal synthetic bone graft. However, it is brittle andExpand
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Rheological Characterization of Biomaterials Directs Additive Manufacturing of Strontium-Substituted Bioactive Glass/Polycaprolactone Microfibers.
Additive manufacturing via melt electrowriting (MEW) can create ordered microfiber scaffolds relevant for bone tissue engineering; however, there remain limitations in the adoption of new printingExpand
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Data for accelerated degradation of calcium phosphate surface-coated polycaprolactone and polycaprolactone/bioactive glass composite scaffolds
Polycaprolactone (PCL)-based composite scaffolds containing 50 wt% of 45S5 bioactive glass (45S5) or strontium-substituted bioactive glass (SrBG) particles were fabricated into scaffolds usingExpand
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Model Footing Tests on Fiber Reinforced Soil
Geotechnical engineers often encounters problems in designing foundations of structures on highly compressible clayey soil due to its poor bearing capacity, low shearing strength, etc. SoilExpand
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