PHEMA hydrogels obtained by infrared radiation for cartilage tissue engineering

PHEMA hydrogels obtained by infrared radiation for cartilage tissue engineering

Marcele F. Passos, Nayara M. S. Carvalho, Ana Amelia Rodrigues, Vanessa P. Bavaresco, Andre L. Jardini, Maria Regina W. Maciel, Rubens Maciel Filho

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Although the exposure of polymeric materials to radiation is a well-established process, little is known about the relationship between structure and property and the biological behavior of biomaterials obtained by thermal phenomena at 1070nm wavelength. This study includes results concerning the...

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PHEMA hydrogels obtained by infrared radiation for cartilage tissue engineering

Marcele F. Passos, Nayara M. S. Carvalho, Ana Amelia Rodrigues, Vanessa P. Bavaresco, Andre L. Jardini, Maria Regina W. Maciel, Rubens Maciel Filho


										

PHEMA hydrogels obtained by infrared radiation for cartilage tissue engineering

Marcele F. Passos, Nayara M. S. Carvalho, Ana Amelia Rodrigues, Vanessa P. Bavaresco, Andre L. Jardini, Maria Regina W. Maciel, Rubens Maciel Filho

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    International journal of chemical engineering

    Vol. 2019 (Jan., 2019), n. art. 4249581