Porous polymer scaffold for on-site delivery of stem cells--Protects from oxidative stress and potentiates wound tissue repair.

@article{Geesala2016PorousPS,
  title={Porous polymer scaffold for on-site delivery of stem cells--Protects from oxidative stress and potentiates wound tissue repair.},
  author={Ramasatyaveni Geesala and Nimai Bar and Neha R Dhoke and Pratyay Basak and Amitava Das},
  journal={Biomaterials},
  year={2016},
  volume={77},
  pages={1-13}
}
Wound healing by cell transplantation techniques often suffer setbacks due to oxidative stress encountered at injury sites. A porous polyethyleneglycol-polyurethane (PEG-PU) scaffold that facilitates cell delivery and boosts tissue repair was developed through semi-interpenetrating polymer network approach. The key physico-chemical properties assessed confirms these polymeric matrices are highly thermostable, barostable, degrade at an acidic pH (5.8), biodegradable, cytocompatible and possess… CONTINUE READING
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