PLLA synthesis and nanofibers production : viability by human mesenchymal stem cell from adipose tissue

PLLA synthesis and nanofibers production : viability by human mesenchymal stem cell from adipose tissue

M. V. Xavier, M. F. Macedo, A. C. B. Benatti, A. L. Jardini, A. A. Rodrigues, M. S. Lopes, C. S. Lambert, R. M. Filho, P. Kharmandayan

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The absorbable polyacid is one of the most used and studied materials in tissue engineering. This work synthesized a poly (L-lactic acid) (PLLA) through ring-opening polymerization and produced with it nanofibers by the electrospinning process. The PLLA was analyzed by FTIR and its cytotoxicity was...

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PLLA synthesis and nanofibers production : viability by human mesenchymal stem cell from adipose tissue

M. V. Xavier, M. F. Macedo, A. C. B. Benatti, A. L. Jardini, A. A. Rodrigues, M. S. Lopes, C. S. Lambert, R. M. Filho, P. Kharmandayan


										

PLLA synthesis and nanofibers production : viability by human mesenchymal stem cell from adipose tissue

M. V. Xavier, M. F. Macedo, A. C. B. Benatti, A. L. Jardini, A. A. Rodrigues, M. S. Lopes, C. S. Lambert, R. M. Filho, P. Kharmandayan

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    Procedia CIRP

    Vol. 49 (2016), p. 213-221