Mesoporous bioactive glass/ɛ-polycaprolactone scaffolds promote bone regeneration in osteoporotic sheep.

  title={Mesoporous bioactive glass/ɛ-polycaprolactone scaffolds promote bone regeneration in osteoporotic sheep.},
  author={Natividad G{\'o}mez-Cerezo and Laura Casarrubios and Melchor Saiz-Pardo and L. Ortega and D. de Pablo and I. D{\'i}az-G{\"u}emes and B. Fern{\'a}ndez-Tom{\'e} and Silvia Enciso and F.M. S{\'a}nchez-Margallo and María Teresa Portolés and Daniel Arcos and Mar{\'i}a Vallet‐Reg{\'i}},
  journal={Acta biomaterialia},

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