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In situ forming bone substitute materials are attractive candidates for filling irregularly shaped defects. In this study, a chemically modified form of the Pluronic F127 hydrogel was used. Similar(More)
An in situ crosslinkable, biodegradable, methacrylate-endcapped poly(D,L-lactide-co-epsilon-caprolactone) in which crosslinkage is achieved by photoinitiators was developed for bone tissue(More)
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