Preparation and in vitro evaluation of bioactive glass (13-93) scaffolds with oriented microstructures for repair and regeneration of load-bearing bones.

@article{Fu2010PreparationAI,
  title={Preparation and in vitro evaluation of bioactive glass (13-93) scaffolds with oriented microstructures for repair and regeneration of load-bearing bones.},
  author={Qiang Fu and Mohamed N. Rahaman and B Sonny Bal and Roger Francis Graham Brown},
  journal={Journal of biomedical materials research. Part A},
  year={2010},
  volume={93 4},
  pages={
          1380-90
        }
}
Bioactive glass (13-93) scaffolds with oriented microstructures, referred to as 'columnar' and 'lamellar', were prepared by unidirectional freezing of suspensions, and evaluated in vitro for potential use in the repair and regeneration of load-bearing bones in vivo. Both groups of scaffolds showed an 'elastic-plastic' mechanical response in compression, large strain for failure (>20%), and strain rate sensitivity, but the columnar scaffolds had the additional advantages of higher strength and… CONTINUE READING
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