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Biodegradable Polymeric Materials

M. Schroeter, B. Wildemann, A. Lendlein
Published 2016 · Chemistry

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The ability of polymers to be degraded in physiological environments makes them interesting candidates for various medical applications. Degradation and metabolisation or excretion of polymeric implants can avoid a second surgery for the removal of an implant. They follow a distinct pathway for degradation, depending on their structure. Biodegradable materials can serve as a temporary substitute of the extracellular matrix or as matrix in controlled drug release systems, which both can be utilized in Regenerative Therapies.
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