Macroporous Bioglass®-derived scaffolds for bone tissue regeneration

@inproceedings{Bellucci2011MacroporousBS,
  title={Macroporous Bioglass®-derived scaffolds for bone tissue regeneration},
  author={Devis Bellucci and Valeria Cannillo and Antonella Sola and Federica Chiellini and Matteo Gazzarri and Chiara Migone},
  year={2011}
}
Abstract Since it was introduced at the end of the ‘60s, the 45S5 Bioglass ® has played a fundamental role among the materials for orthopedic applications because of its ability to build a stable bond with the surrounding bone. The recent development of bone tissue engineering has led the interest of many scientists in the design of Bioglass ® -based scaffolds, i.e. porous systems able to drive and foster the bone tissue regrowth. Among the available techniques to realize scaffolds, the polymer… CONTINUE READING

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