Seung-Hwan Jegal

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Functional nanofibrous materials composed of gelatin-apatite-poly(lactide-co-caprolactone) (PLCL) were produced using an electrospinning process. A gelatin-apatite precipitate, which mimicked bone extracellular matrix, was homogenized in an organic solvent using various concentrations of PLCL. A fibrous structure with approximate diameters of a few hundred(More)
Bioactive and degradable scaffolds made from bioactive glass-polycaprolactone with a mineralized surface and a well-defined three-dimensional (3D) pore configuration were produced using a robotic dispensing technique. Human adipose-derived stem cells (hASCs) were cultured on the 3D scaffolds, and the osteogenic development of cells within the scaffolds was(More)
Synthetic biopolymers are commonly used for the repair and regeneration of damaged tissues. Specifically targeting bone, the composite approach of utilizing inorganic components is considered promising in terms of improving mechanical and biological properties. We developed gelatin-apatite co-precipitates which mimic the native bone matrix composition(More)
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