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Biodegradable Polymers for Tissue Engineering : Review Article
Park, Byoung Kyeu;
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 Abstract
Scaffolds play a crucial role in the tissue engineering. Biodegradable polymers with great processing flexibility and biocompatability are predominant scaffolding materials. New developments in biodegradable polymers and their nanocomposites for the tissue engineering are discussed. Recent development in the scaffold designs that mimic nano and micro features of the extracellular matrix (ECM) of bones, cartilages, and vascular vessels are presented as well.
 Keywords
Biodegradable polymer;Tissue engineering;Scaffold;Bone;Cartilage;Vascular vessel;
 Language
Korean
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