Effects of 3D nanocomposite bioceramic scaffolds on the immune response.

  title={Effects of 3D nanocomposite bioceramic scaffolds on the immune response.},
  author={M{\'o}nica Cicu{\'e}ndez and Pilar Portol{\'e}s and Mar{\'i}a Montes-Casado and Isabel Izquierdo-Barba and Mar{\'i}a Vallet‐Reg{\'i} and Mar{\'i}a Teresa Portol{\'e}s},
  journal={Journal of materials chemistry. B},
  volume={2 22},
The interaction of new nanocomposite mesoporous glass/hydroxyapatite (MGHA) scaffolds with immune cells involved in both innate and acquired immunity has been studied in vitro as an essential aspect of their biocompatibility assessment. Since the immune response can be affected by the degradation products of bioresorbable scaffolds and scaffold surface changes, both processes have been evaluated. No alterations in proliferation and viability of RAW-264.7 macrophage-like cells were detected… Expand
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