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Calcium deposition in photocrosslinked poly(Pro‐Hyp‐Gly) hydrogels encapsulated rat bone marrow stromal cells
It is demonstrated that poly(Pro‐Hyp‐Gly) hydrogels support rBMSC viability and differentiation, as well as demonstrating the feasibility of using poly( pro‐Hyp-Gly)'s hydrogel as a cytocompatible, biodegradable 3D scaffold for tissue regeneration. Expand
Radiation Processing of Polymers for Medical and Pharmaceutical Applications
Summary The use of ionizing radiation for the preparation of polymeric biomaterials is one of the examples of the application of atomic energy for the benefit of humanity. Radiation processingExpand
Cytocompatible polyion complex gel of poly(Pro-Hyp-Gly) for simultaneous rat bone marrow stromal cell encapsulation
The results suggest that the PIC gel of poly(Pro-Hyp-Gly) can serve as a cytocompatible three-dimensional scaffold for stem cell encapsulation, supporting their viability, proliferation, and in vivo-like behavior. Expand
Hydroxyapatite Deposition on Modified Bacterial Cellulose Matrix
Summary Bacterial cellulose (BC), biosynthesized by bacteria, is an attractive biomaterial for bone regeneration due to its biocompatibility and good mechanical properties. However, BC is devoidExpand
In-vitro Degradation Behaviour of Irradiated Bacterial Cellulose Membrane
Bacterial cellulose membrane synthesized by Acetobacter xylinum in coconut water medium has potential application for Guided bone Regeneration . However, this membrane may not meet some applicationExpand
Succinylated Bacterial Cellulose Induce Carbonated Hydroxyapatite Deposition in a Solution Mimicking Body Fluid
Incorporation of bone-like hydroxyapatite into bacterial cellulose (BC) is an attractive approach for the fabrication of a bioactive three-dimensional (3D) scaffold for bone tissue regeneration. ThisExpand