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In Vitro Degradation Of A Poly(propylene Fumarate)/β-tricalcium Phosphate Composite Orthopaedic Scaffold

S. Peter, Jessica A. Nolley, Markus S. Widmer, John E. Merwin, M. Yaszemski, A. Yasko, P. S. Engel, A. Mikos
Published 1997 · Chemistry

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This study involves investigating the in vitro degradation of a poly(propylene fumarate) (PPF) based composite material for orthopaedic applications. The effects of PPF molecular weight, PPF to vin...
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