PHBV wet-spun scaffold coated with ELR-REDV improves vascularization for bone tissue engineering

@article{Alagoz2018PHBVWS,
  title={PHBV wet-spun scaffold coated with ELR-REDV improves vascularization for bone tissue engineering},
  author={Ayse Selcen Alagoz and Jos{\'e} Carlos Rodr{\'i}guez‐Cabello and Vasıf Hasırcı},
  journal={Biomedical Materials},
  year={2018},
  volume={13}
}
A bone tissue replacement with relevant anatomical size requires the production of 3D scaffolds, which in turn limits the mass transport of nutrients and oxygen to sustain cell survival. A viable vascular network is required to overcome this problem. However, this cannot be established immediately after the implantation of a scaffold. The aim of this study was to develop a 3D wet-spun bone tissue engineering scaffold, coated with an elastin-like recombinamer (ELR) peptide with an endothelial… 
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