Novel polymeric scaffolds using protein microbubbles as porogen and growth factor carriers.

@article{Nair2010NovelPS,
  title={Novel polymeric scaffolds using protein microbubbles as porogen and growth factor carriers.},
  author={Ashwin M. Nair and Paul T. Thevenot and Jagannath Dey and Jinhui Shen and Man-Wu Sun and Jing Yang and Liping Tang},
  journal={Tissue engineering. Part C, Methods},
  year={2010},
  volume={16 1},
  pages={23-32}
}
Polymeric tissue engineering scaffolds prepared by conventional techniques like salt leaching and phase separation are greatly limited by their poor biomolecule-delivery abilities. Conventional methods of incorporation of various growth factors, proteins, and/or peptides on or in scaffold materials via different crosslinking and conjugation techniques are often tedious and may affect scaffold's physical, chemical, and mechanical properties. To overcome such deficiencies, a novel two-step porous… CONTINUE READING

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