Sara T Parker

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Three-dimensional (3D) microperiodic scaffolds of poly(2-hydroxyethyl methacrylate) (pHEMA) have been fabricated by direct-write assembly of a photopolymerizable hydrogel ink. The ink is initially composed of physically entangled pHEMA chains dissolved in a solution of HEMA monomer, comonomer, photoinitiator and water. Upon printing 3D scaffolds of varying(More)
3D silk/HA microperiodic scaffolds for bone tissue engineering and angiogenesis are fabricated by direct-write assembly. This approach can be used to control filament and spacing size in the scaffold to allow investigation of the effect of scaffold architecture on osteogenesis and vessel-like structure formation from stem cells and endothelial cells.
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