Evaluations of osteogenic and osteoconductive properties of a non-woven silica gel fabric made by the electrospinning method.

@article{Kang2009EvaluationsOO,
  title={Evaluations of osteogenic and osteoconductive properties of a non-woven silica gel fabric made by the electrospinning method.},
  author={Young-Mi Kang and Kyoung-Hwa Yonnie Kim and Yang Jo Seol and Sang-Hoon Rhee},
  journal={Acta biomaterialia},
  year={2009},
  volume={5 1},
  pages={462-9}
}
Evaluations of the osteoblast-like cell responses and osteoconductivity of a non-woven silica gel fabric were carried out to determine its potential for application as a scaffold material for use in bone tissue engineering. The silica gel solution was prepared by condensation following hydrolysis of tetraethyl orthosilicate under acidic conditions. The solution was spun under a 2kVcm(-1) electric field. The diameters of the as-spun silica gel fibers were in the range of approximately 0.7… CONTINUE READING

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