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Poldervaart, M.T. (author), Wang, H. (author), Van der Stok, J. (author), Weinans, H.H. (author), Leeuwenburgh, S.C.G. (author), Cumhur Öner, F. (author), Dhert, W.J.A. (author), Alblas, J. (author)
The design of bioactive three-dimensional (3D) scaffolds is a major focus in bone tissue engineering. Incorporation of growth factors into bioprinted scaffolds offers many new possibilities regarding both biological and architectural properties of the scaffolds. This study investigates whether the sustained release of bone morphogenetic protein...
journal article 2013
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Van der Stok, J. (author), Wang, H. (author), Yavari, S.A. (author), Siebelt, M. (author), Sandker, M. (author), Waarsing, J.H. (author), Verhaar, J.A.N. (author), Jahr, H. (author), Zadpoor, A.A. (author), Leeuwenburgh, S.C.G. (author), Weinans, H. (author)
Porous titanium scaffolds are a promising class of biomaterials for grafting large bone defects, because titanium provides sufficient mechanical support, whereas its porous structure allows bone ingrowth resulting in good osseointegration. To reinforce porous titanium scaffolds with biological cues that enhance and continue bone regeneration,...
journal article 2013
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Diba, M. (author), Löwik, D.W.P.M. (author), Van Hest, J.C.M. (author), Jansen, J.A. (author), Leeuwenburgh, S.C.G. (author)
Noncovalent bonds are often reversible and sensitive to external stimuli. Although noncovalent interactions are inherently weak and generally perceived as inadequate to construct macroscopic materials of sufficient integrity and cohesion, the emergence of nanotechnology has shown that the intrinsic weakness of noncovalent interactions can be...
conference paper 2013