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- Hushye, Chandni, et al. Show all 5 Authors
- RSC advances 2017 v.7 no.43 pp. 26551-26558
- biocompatibility; biopolymers; bone mineralization; bones; cell adhesion; cell lines; cell viability; chitosan; coatings; collagen; fibroins; in vitro studies; mechanical properties; microparticles; porosity; silk; tissue engineering
- ... Silk Fibroin (SF) is today considered to be one of the most favorable materials for bone tissue engineering. We have prepared novel SF microparticle based 3D scaffolds, with appropriate pore size, pore interconnectivity and porosity, excellent mechanical properties and tunable bioresorption, while retaining the inherent biocompatibility of SF. These properties make them ideal candidates for osteor ...