Scaffold permeability as a means to determine fiber diameter and pore size of electrospun fibrinogen.

  title={Scaffold permeability as a means to determine fiber diameter and pore size of electrospun fibrinogen.},
  author={Scott A Sell and Catherine P. Barnes and David G. Simpson and Gary L Bowlin},
  journal={Journal of biomedical materials research. Part A},
  volume={85 1},
The purpose of this study was to construct a flowmeter that could accurately measure the hydraulic permeability of electrospun fibrinogen scaffolds, providing insight into the transport properties of electrospun scaffolds while making the measurement of their topographical features (fiber diameter and pore size) more accurate. Three different concentrations of fibrinogen were used (100, 120, and 150 mg/mL) to create scaffolds with three different fiber diameters and pore sizes. The fiber… CONTINUE READING

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